Frankenstein Cutting Worksheets are perfect for Halloween! Early learners can work on their cutting skills with these fun printables. These adorable Frankenstein scissor worksheets are perfect for cutting practice and scissor skills. It’s easy to make learning fun! Check out my preschool worksheets for even more free printable worksheets.
Great for the toddler preschool age and a fun way to create confidence with scissor cutting.
These cutting practice worksheets are great for fine motor skills learning as well as Halloween fun. Who doesn’t love Frankenstein? These worksheets are cute – not scary in any way!
What is the cutting activity that the kids will use in this printable?
These practice sheets are full of fun colored pics of Halloween and also black and white dotted lines that the kids can cut along to get from one picture to another.
Make certain that you pay attention as your child is working on their scissors skills to see that they’re holding the scissors correctly. This is important for right-handed and left-handed learning as well.
What it includes:
These cutting practice sheets include pages with cutting practices that have them working on cutting in all different directions.
Each page has a Halloween theme and is a short lesson and activity. You can save ink and print them off in black and white but the colored versions add a lot of visual fun.
Fun ways to use this printable:
There are other ways that you can use this printable to tie in even more learning fun! Think outside the box to create a fun learning environment and lesson.
Create fun Halloween crafts for kids
Choose a craft for kids that is all about Halloween. This is a great time to have them make a Frankenstein craft to go along with their Halloween cutting sheets!
Have the kids draw and cut out a Halloween pumpkin
They’ll love being able to be creative. And since they just got done working on their cutting skills, they’ll be able to jump right in and draw a pumpkin and then cut it out.
Challenge them to create their own practice cutting worksheet
All they have to do is draw a dotted line and then use their scissors to cut it out. They’ll be able to draw, be creative, and be independent all in one.