This Rock N Roll Cutting Practice is great for World Music Day and is so much fun for musical kids. They’ll love working on their scissor skills as well. Be certain to check out our other preschool cutting sheets, too.
Use these preschool and kindergarten sheets as a way to talk to them about music, too. Turn up some tunes while they’re cutting so that it’s a fun and relaxed environment. With summer solstice coming up, it’s time for World Music Day to start getting buzzed about! Celebrated in over 700 cities, it’s a big deal! (It’s come a long way since starting in 1982 in France!)
It’s time to celebrate music and celebrate that your child is learning how to hold and cut with scissors. This is a big deal and is certain to propel them into more creativity and artistic fun.
What is the educational benefit of this printable?
Your child will be able to work on their fine motor skills with this cutting activity. Scissor skills will improve also with these fine motor activities. You’ll see their cutting skills get better with each sheet!
They’ll also learn the importance of holding the scissors correctly as well. They’ll get a chance to work on occupational therapy as well with the open and close of their hands as they use the scissors.
What it includes:
This fun rock and roll printable includes four pages of cutting practice from straight line cutting to changing directions, too.
Each page has images that vary from music instruments to music notes, and some rocking singers, too.
Fun ways to use this printable:
Don’t forget to use this fun printable as inspiration! There are so many ways that the kids can be creative and use this printable for more. Below you’ll find some outside-the-box ideas for the kids.
Create a living room music festival
Pretend your house is full of amateur and professional musicians and rock the day away! Crank up the tunes and have a fun singing battle.
Have the kids try out a new instrument
I’m certain that you have a recorder or two lying around the house but do you have any other musical instruments? They can try out the drums, the triangle, or even play a fun tune on the piano.
Let them draw and cut out music notes
Once they get used to cutting lines, see if they can work on cutting round edges. This is a great way to increase their motor skills, too.
More Printable Preschool Cutting Activities:
- World Otter Day Cutting Practice
- Cinco de Mayo Cutting Practice
- Memorial Day Cutting Practice
- National Bike Month Cutting Practice