Learning to use a pair of scissors correctly is an essential stepping stone to developing the necessary fine motor skills that your preschooler will need later on.
Although it can sometimes be tricky, mastering the use of scissors and building those fine motor skills will make learning to write so much easier as they grow.
A quick search of Pinterest will yield tons of activity scissor skill and fine motor activity ideas, but just in case you’re short on time, we’ve got a fun one for you today!
These printable Easter cutting practice pages are a perfect way to work on those scissor skills!
What’s even better is you’ll be able to work on more than just fine motor!
This fun 7 page set allows your child to work on shapes, shape names, and handwriting, in addition to the scissor and hand-eye coordination practice!
Of course, they’re also pretty darn cute 🙂 From eggs and bunnies, to chicks and carrots, these pages are filled with lots of silly Easter pictures that your little one is going to love!