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Valentine Preschool Cutting Practice Printable Worksheets

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This Valentine Preschool Cutting Practice is a great cutting activity and free printable for Valentine Day cutting. If you’re looking for scissor cutting exercises for preschoolers, you’re not going to want to miss this! They’ll even get to work on their cutting of zig zag lines, too!

This preschool valentine cutting practice will help your preschool children work on dexterity, scissor skills, and is a great fine motor activity, too.  This Valentine cutting activities for preschool is perfect for young children and early learners!

valentines day cutting worksheets

All you need are a few pieces of paper to do these Valentine’s Day cutting worksheets. The kids can use these color, cut, and paste worksheets over and over again. Just because they’re Valentine’s Day themed doesn’t mean that you can’t use them all year long. They’re just perfect for fine motor practice!

What are the fine motor skills used in this printable?

Since the kids will have to use their fine motor skills for their worksheets, they’re not only fun but they’re educational as well. They’ll be using their cutting skills, hand-eye coordination, and direction-following skills, too.

What it includes:

This free printable includes the cutest printable that has dotted lines for your child to cut along and follow the pattern.

preschool cutting practice

Fun ways to use this printable:

Even though these printable might be pretty straight forward, there are still a few different ways that you can use these printables.

Have them create their own cutting printable

Once they get an idea of how to do this scissor activity, have them create their own to then complete. They’ll love the creativity.

Print and use them again and again

Just because you use these printables one time doesn’t mean you can’t use them again. Have your child trace the pattern on other pages or just print another one to do at home.

Create a story to go along with the cutting practice

Sometimes we all just need a reason to use our imagination. Have your story create a fun story as to why they’re trying to get to the end of the cutting line. You’ll love to hear what they come up with!

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Wednesday 12th of February 2014

Congratulations...this post was featured on Create It Thursday #41! Thanks for sharing such a great idea with us last week!

Kelli Miller

Sunday 16th of February 2014

YAY!! Thank you so much!!

Laurie

Monday 10th of February 2014

This is an adorable way to practice cutting.

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Kelli Miller

Sunday 16th of February 2014

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Sunday 9th of February 2014

Thanks for sharing this great resource!

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