Practice fine motor and scissor skills with your preschoolers and kindergartners using these no-prep printable Cutting Worksheets.
These adorable cutting practice worksheets are a great way to develop lots of important early learning skills. You’re definitely not going to want to miss them!
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Cutting is so much fun! You’re preschool and kindergarten-aged learners are going to have a blast practicing fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and so much more with these printable scissor skills activities.
And best of all, I’ve included cutting printables for a variety of seasons and holidays so that you can practice cutting with your young learners all year long!
Scissor Skills Worksheets
Practice cutting skills with a variety of different types of lines with these no-prep printable scissor skills worksheets.
- vertical straight lines
- horizontal straight lines
- vertical curved lines
- horizontal curved lines
- vertical zig-zag lines
- horizontal zig-zag lines
Seasons Cutting Worksheets
Holiday Cutting Worksheets
- Free Printable School Cutting Worksheets
- Free Printable Halloween Cutting Worksheets
- Free Printable Thanksgiving Cutting Worksheets
- Free Printable Christmas Cutting Worksheets
If you’re looking for even more engaging and hands-on fine motor activities for early learners, then this huge list of STEAM Activities is definitely for you! Encourage your little learners to explore, build, invent, and get creative in fun new ways this year.
Check out these other awesome ideas for little kids!
- Find lots of quick and easy no-prep printable Preschool Worksheets.
- Learn important math and literacy skills with these printable Kindergarten Worksheets.
- Get creative with your little kids using these 100+ Painting for Kids activities.
Is there a cutting worksheet theme you want to see next? Share your ideas in the comments, I’m always looking for fun new themes to explore!