Your child will love this playful, Farm Cutting Practice. This is perfect scissor practice for toddler, preschool, and kindergartners this spring.
Farm Cutting Practice
And they need the practice to refine those motor skills. Funny story – my hubby was apparently almost held back in Kindergarten because his teacher felt he couldn’t cut well enough.
So whether you are following your child’s interests or are working on practicing cutting in a fun way, you are going to LOVE these farm themed cutting pages!
Scissor Practice Worksheets
I am pretty excited about these farm themed cutting pages. I created them for my 4 year old who love, love, loves cutting! These not only give her the cutting fun she keeps asking for, but I was able to sneak in a whole lot of learning at the same time.
- follow directions to glue the black & white farm scene in order from 1 to 6 (kids love the peak-a-boo cow hidden in the barn!)
- learn the names of both mother & baby farm animals
- help the farmer plow the field
- follow the route the apples took as they fell off the tree
- help water get up through the roots to the flowers
- cut & sort vegetables: root, climbing, and general vegetables (plus learn the names of lots of vegetables and practice counting by putting them in order from 1 to 8)
- help the farmer rake the fall leaves and make a mobile
- practice shapes and learning the names of fruit as you help match them to the correct tree
See the Worksheets in Action
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