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Christmas Day Cutting Pages

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These Christmas Day Cutting Pages are so much fun! Not only will they love these Christmas themed learning worksheets but they’ll get to work on their scissor cutting skills at the same time.

These Christmas Cutting Worksheets are perfect for preschool and kindergarten learners. Fun Christmas worksheets!

We have a lot of Printable Cutting Worksheets for Preschoolers!

Make sure to check out the rest of my Fun Homeschooling Preschool Worksheets for even more learning fun.

When it comes to learning with scissors, you can never have too much scissor cutting practice!

Perfect for fine motor skills and scissor skills, the kids will love these Christmas cutting practice pages. Free Christmas printables are always a hit this time of year!

Give them scissors that are made for their hands and give them the confidence that they’ll be able to cut on the lines. Slowly but surely, they’ll do a great job and gain confidence.

What is the learning benefit of this printable?

Since kids like to do a ton of Christmas crafts, it just makes sense to have a few printable pages dedicated to helping them learn how to hold and cut properly with scissors.

Scissor skills are a great fine motor activity for preschoolers and kindergarteners!

Scissors can help your child to develop independence of movements, coordination between hands as well separation of the two sides.

It also provides them with ways to strengthen muscles they haven’t used before–perfect way if you’re looking into strengthening their hand or arm muscles!

What it includes:

This holiday printable includes dotted lines that go in a variety of directions. They’ll help the kids learn how to stay focused and stay on track with cutting on the lines.

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Fun ways to use this printable:

While the main goal of this printable is to work on cutting skills, there is so much more that can be done. Use some of these fun ideas as a simple way to branch off and try new ideas.

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Draw and cut out a Christmas Tree

Once they get their cutting skills practiced, it’s time to see if they can slowly cut out a Christmas Tree. This will be a great test of their skill! Just have them go slow and go around all the edges.

Cut out holiday pictures and hang them up

As they cut out the holiday pictures, hang them up for holiday decor! Decorating the house has never been more fun and simple.



Create fun holiday crafts

Keep the scissors on the table and create even more fun Christmas crafts. They’ll love decorating and creating crafts that they can cut out with scissors!

How do scissor activities help with learning?

Scissor activities are more than just a fun way to pass the time in the classroom. These activities are essential for developing fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and cognitive growth.

By holding, manipulating, and cutting paper with scissors, children are challenged to use their fingers and hands precisely and deliberately. This precision and focus required during scissor activities demand attention and concentration, promoting the strengthening of neural pathways in the brain that contribute to developing visual-spatial skills and problem-solving abilities.

Furthermore, the ability to use scissors is a practical skill that children will use throughout their academic and personal lives. Incorporating scissor activities in the classroom can have powerful benefits beyond just a fun activity.

What are the safety rules to teach kids about using scissors?

When it comes to teaching kids about using scissors, safety should always be a top priority. The first rule to impart is always holding the scissors properly, with the thumb in the smaller loop and the index and middle fingers in the larger loop.

Children should be reminded to use scissors only on paper, not hair, clothing, or other materials that could cause injury or damage.

Additionally, it’s important to teach kids to never run with scissors or wave them around, as this can cause harm to themselves and others.

Another important safety tip is to ensure that children have adult supervision when using scissors, especially when starting out.

With these basic safety rules in mind, children can safely and confidently use scissors as a tool for creative expression and learning.

How do children improve their scissor-cutting skills?

Scissor-cutting skills are essential to a child’s overall development, enabling them to perform various activities, such as cutting construction paper, making crafts, and engaging in academic work. Parents and educators can follow a few strategies to improve a child’s scissor-cutting skills.

Initially, children need to be introduced to child-friendly scissors that are easy to grip and manipulate. Secondly, educators and parents must teach children the correct posture and holding techniques that enable them to use scissors effectively.

Thirdly, exercises such as cutting patterns, straight lines, and curves should be introduced to help children gain confidence in their scissor use.

Finally, parents and educators could support and encourage children as they practice their cutting skills, empowering them to develop their motor skills and problem-solving abilities.

By adopting these strategies, children can enhance their scissor-cutting skills and achieve success both in the classroom and beyond.

Why do children find it difficult to cut with scissors?

The primary reason for this difficulty is that cutting with scissors demands the use of a complex set of skills that children are still developing, including hand-eye coordination, grasp control, and bilateral coordination.

Additionally, children may struggle with the mechanics of the scissors, such as opening and closing the blades, which can further impede the cutting process.

Understanding the underlying factors contributing to this difficulty can help caregivers and educators provide targeted support to encourage children’s continued growth and development.

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Be sure to use these holiday activities as more learning fun. They’re a great way to print and work on holiday learning right at home or in the classroom!

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