Paper Cutting Lines & Shapes – Worksheets For Preschool – Fine Motor Practice With Scissors
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“Michael, you need to learn how to cut paper! All the billionaires know how to cut paper.”Ray Barone
One of my favorite sitcoms of all time, Everybody Loves Raymond, has a hilariously memorable quote about parenting and teaching young kids. You can hear the stress in Ray’s voice at the reality that his son may be slightly behind in his fine motor development compare to his twin brother. Sometimes it’s more about the parent’s ego haha! Anyways, yes all billionaires do know how to cut paper, but it’s OK if your little one needs a little extra practice. My daughter is almost always on the slower end in her developmental milestones. She’s in the bottom 30% of…like half of those factors that track growth and development. I don’t stress about it as my husband does on occasions. There’s more to life than these superimposed milestone markers. If your little one needs a little extra cutting practice we have 2 sets of worksheet pages for your kiddos in both lines and shapes. Enjoy!
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Note: This tutorial and our many others are suitable for ages 3 to 10 (preschool and above.)
Cutting Lines & Shapes Practice Pages
Great fine motor practice and perfect for preschoolers. Download your free worksheets below!
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