Once kids master basic scissor skills, it is time to learn how to cut out shapes. These scissor practice worksheets will help prepare your child for school.
When I took my son to Kindergarten readiness, they handed him a paper with shapes on it and asked him to cut out the shapes. This was before I made the Preschool Scissor Practice Worksheets and he didn’t do very well on this test part of the test.
I told them I had allowed him to cut up paper so he would have a general idea. I just hadn’t thought about giving him something to actually cut out. They said it was nothing to worry about since it is a skill they will learn in Kindergarten.
However, I decided to be proactive and help him out with his scissor skills. The Preschool Scissor Practice Worksheets taught him how to cut on the line. I wanted to help him learn to cut out shapes so I created scissor practice worksheets to advance his skills.
If you need help teaching your child how to hold scissors, check out this post: How To Hold Scissors by Sight and Sound Reading.
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