September 16, 2019

Cutting Skill Ideas

Today we have five new ideas all about Cutting Skills. The first one is called the Cutting Busy Box. The second one is called the Cutting And Coloring Activity. The third one is called the Rainbow Straw Scissor Skills. The fourth one is called the Cutting Paper Hair. And the last activity is a video about Cutting Paper Tiger. Enjoy!


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Cutting Busy Box
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Cutting Busy Box

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+4

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Items likely found at home 

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I’m sure you’re all familiar with Busy Bags, and you may have also heard of Cutting Stations, but have you ever thought to combine them both into a Cutting Busy Box? Cutting develops bilateral coordination, hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills.

Bilateral coordination is using both sides of the body, both hands working on different tasks. The skills learned within cutting is also preparing your child for writing skills & the manipulation of pencils & crayons.

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Cutting And Coloring Activity
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Cutting And Coloring Activity

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+4

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Printable

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Kids will love working on scissor skills, coloring and tracing with this free printable Cutting Pack featuring straight, diagonal, curved and zig zag lines.

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Rainbow Straw Scissor Skills
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Activity:


Rainbow Straw Scissor Skills

Best for Ages:


+4

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Items likely found at home


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An activity that only needs 2 things: straws and scissors. One of those super easy ideas that KIDS LOVE! I love to say “simple is not boring”. A simple activity often keeps my kids engaged longer than a more thought out one I setup. We look forward to sharing more ways to play with the leftover cut up straws later this week.

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Cutting Paper Hair
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Cutting Paper Hair

Best for Ages:


+4 

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Items likely found at home


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This activity is brilliant because the dolls are fun to make, look adorable and they have hair that’s just asking to be cut. It’s important children strengthen their fine motor skills prior to even attempting to cut with scissors. They’ll have a lot more control and ability. My basic approach to teaching my girls to use scissors, when they finally are ready, is slow and steady.

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Cutting Paper Tiger
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Cutting Paper Tiger

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+4

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Items likely found at home

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The print is designed to allow children to practice their cutting skills to suit the development of fine motor skills. Good thinking skills. So do not wait long and be ready for fun kids activities

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