Using scissors to cut and maneuver their hands will help them increase their hand and finger muscle strength. Visual-motor skills come from kids being able to use their eyes and arms together as they look, plan, and cut.
This Thanksgiving scissor skills practice is great for building confidence in their own cutting abilities.
utting practice worksheets can also turn into a fun math learning activity too! Make sure you check out my other Free Thanksgiving Worksheets for even more learning fun for the kids.
If you are looking for some creative and fun ways for children to practice their cutting skills, these Thanksgiving cutting practice worksheets and activities are perfect for just that.
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What are some fun ways to use scissor skills activities?
Many of the projects and printables in the list below can be used for pencil skills, too!
These simple printables can easily turn into more Thanksgiving activities so have fun and ask the kids what else they’re wanting to do.
How do you encourage a child to practice their scissor skills?
Having fun Thanksgiving printables is a great start! The kids will love being able to look at cute pictures while also showing off their ability to hold the scissors correctly, too.
The easiest way to encourage the kids to cut on the sheets is to sit down with them and be present. They’ll love showing you their cutting skills so that you can be impressed!
Thanksgiving Cutting Pages
These cutting pages are great for scissor skills and fine motor skills, too.
These fun and educational Thanksgiving cutting pages are perfect for your little one. Kids will be using their hands to cut squares and afterwards can play a matching game with the cards they have cut.