The kids will love this Cinco de Mayo Cutting Practice activity. It’s a great way to work on their scissor skills and help them learn cutting skills, too. Preschool cutting worksheets are not only fun but they’ll educational as well.
These cutting practice sheets are a great way to learn about Cinco de mayo. With May the fifth being the day of the Mexican celebration, it’s the perfect time to get geared and ready for the traditional Mexican holiday.
Many people think that this holiday celebration is Independence Day or Day of the Dead, but Cinco de Mayo actually is the day that they celebrate their victory at the Battle of Puebla. The more you know!
If you want to learn more about Mexican cultural aspects or Mexican independence day, add that in to your next lesson plan and make it happen. These cutting worksheets can be a fun transition to start learning more about Mexico and Mexico City.
What is the focus of scissor practice for this printable?
Fine motor skill confidence is a major part of these printables. Your child will love being able to learn how to cut in straight lines and curvy lines with ease.
This will help them learn how to feel more comfortable with scissors easily to want to work more on cutting practice late on down the road.
What it includes:
These fun cutting practice worksheets include four different scissor cutting sheets that will have the kids working on their cutting skills from all different angles.
Fun ways to use this printable:
Since this is focusing on a fun celebration, there are so many great ways to use this printable! It can be as simple as using these themed printable as a great way to inspire them to do more!
Have the kids make some fun Cinco De Mayo Crafts
Once they’re done with their cutting practice, it’s time to switch to craft making as well. This means that they can great anything that they’d like to
Have the kids create their own cutting lines
Let the kids create their own cutting lines and then have them do their best to cut on them. You just might be surprised that they make them easier or trickier than you thought!
Create a fun Cinco De Mayo treat
Once the kids get done with their cutting practice, create a fun treat that they’ll love. It’s a great way to get them in the kitchen and talk about the fun holiday as well.
Have them turn over their cutting sheet scraps and write out a fun recipe to create!