Grab this Ocean Animals Cutting Practice for your early learners! The kids are going to have so much fun with these sea life scissor skill sheets. These printable cutting pages are great for fine motor practice and fine motor skills and helping them stay focused as well. Check out our other cutting practice worksheets for kids.
These are great for preschool and kindergarten learners and are fun to add to World Ocean Day!
These sheets are great for working on fine motor skills. Each page will help with their fine motor development and is also a super fun idea to celebrate world oceans day as well. Preschool worksheets are a great way to incorporate learning activities that they’ll absolutely love.
What is the educational benefit of this printable?
Besides being a great fine motor skills activity, this can help improve the muscles in their hands as well. That then can help them in holding a pencil correctly as they get older, too!
What it includes:
This printables ocean activity includes 4 pages of cutting practice. They’ll get to cut on different lines and different angles to work on their scissor skills.
Why is using scissors an important part of a child’s development?
Scissors are a part of every preschool child’s life, but they don’t always know how to use them the right way. Printable cards can help your child understand what scissors are and what cutting is with this fun activity! They’re also great for improving fine motor skills and teaching kids about their world.
How does using scissors help improve fine motor skills?
Scissors are a great way to improve fine motor skills because they force your child to use their hands in different ways. You can even work on finger isolation, using one hand at a time or doing things like cutting out shapes from paper while making it more difficult by crossing the scissors over each other.
Fun ways to use this printable:
While the main point of this printable is to work on scissor skills, think outside the box and let the kids have fun. There are so many ways that they can use this cutting activity as a launching pad for other ideas and creativity.
Create fun ocean animals
Let the printables motivate the kids to create their own ocean animals. Grab the play dough or fun pipe cleaners and let them be as creative as they want.
Get inspired to study ocean animals
Grab some ocean books and have a reading session. Talk to them about the importance of keeping the oceans clean for the animals to live long into the future.
Turn the leftover spaces into coloring pages
Have them color the white spaces on the pages to turn them into the ocean. They can then draw in other fishes and ocean animals, too!
What is World Ocean Day?
World Ocean Day is a day set aside to celebrate the ocean. This year, it will be celebrated on June 12th and 13th. The purpose of World Ocean Day is two-fold: firstly as an opportunity for people around the world to come together in order to learn more about our oceans and secondly so that we can raise awareness
How to celebrate World Ocean Day with kids:
There are many ways to celebrate World Ocean Day with your children. You can print out these fun Ocean Animal Scissor Skills worksheets where you teach them about the ocean and help to improve their fine motor skills.
You could also make some Ocean Crafts, that will help remind them of just how special our oceans are! Making crafts from recyclables would be an even better lesson!
More Printable Preschool Cutting Activities:
- Printable Easter Worksheets: Preschool Cutting Practice
- Cinco de Mayo Cutting Practice
- World Otter Day Cutting Practice
- Memorial Day Cutting Practice
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