Yesterday I told you about how I was planning on creating some printables to work on some educational concepts with the kids over the summer. First up in this series are some sheets to help practice fine motor skills – specifically, using scissors!

I have created four sheets to print out and have your child practice their cutting skills.


These sheets are fairly simple. I didn’t want to use up a ton of my printer ink cartridges just to have my kids cut the sheets up!

Download and print your practice cutting skills worksheets.

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7 Comments on Preschool Activity Pages: Practice Using Scissors

  1. These are great, Laura. One of the things I did when volunteering for a first grade teacher was to help some of the students catch up with their scissor skills. It’s a great thing to get them started on early!

  2. Thanks so much for these Laura….they are perfect for my daughter to practice with! Shara @Palmettos and Pigtails

  3. Hi! Visiting from tt&j! How fun are these printables! My daughter is still too young for scissors on her own but when she starts Ill defiantly use these. Love them!

    If you get a chance I would love for you to share this at my Friday link party.. its going on now :)

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