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Pirate Cutting Practice for Preschool

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The kids will have a blast with this pirate cutting practice! It’s the perfect way for them to work on their cutting practice while combining it with educational activities! Check out my other Cutting Practice worksheets as well!

By age 4, your child should be able to do some easy cutting practice – supervised, of course!  Let your child cut the lines to reach the pirate map, treasure, and more with printable packs that are so great for fine motor activities and scissor skills!

These pirate worksheets for preschool are so much fun! Use these pirate theme printables for fun activities and worksheets for kids.

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I love sharing my free Pirate Printables and other resources to help you plan your Pirate Unit Study.  I hope you find these homeschooling freebies useful for you in your homeschool classes!

Here are some other things from my Pirate Printables collection. Some focus more on lowercase letters, uppercase letters, letters of the alphabet and other activities to help kids learn.

What is the learning benefit of this printable?

These pirate themed cutting activities work out great for helping the kids learn how to follow lines, hold the scissors, and cut to make patterns.

Fun Ways to Use this Printable

Think outside the box when it comes to using this pirate printable! Yes, it might be about scissor skills, but the kids can have a blast trying out more fun ideas!

Print them out in black and white

If you print these pirate activities out in black and white, the kids can then color the pictures or decorate the paper with their favorite designs and drawings.

Go on a pirate adventure

Get out your best pirate accent and spend the day looking for gold treasures! The kids will giggle and love using their imagination as well!

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Enjoy!

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