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Scissor Cutting Skills Workbook


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Scissor Cutting Skills Workbook - Scissor skills, cutting, cutting worksheet, using scissors, cutting skills, fine motor skills
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  • 1 day ago

    Fine motor activities in my reception class

  • 5 days ago

    fine motor activities

  • Oct 13th

    Will be useful as I am working with a yr 1 boy who needs to develop fine motor skills and concentration

  • Jul 1st

    I will develop the skills of a 5 year old girl who likes to cut and make things

  • Feb 6th

    I will use it to help develop the skills of a year five boy.

  • Jan 15th

    Hi there KallieAnne, thanks so much for commenting on this resource. I've let one of our resource designers know about the change you'd like to make so they should be in touch soon! :)

  • Jan 15th

    I love the sheets. I am looking forward to using them. I am this activity designed for left-handed people? I would normally encourage people using right-handed scissors to cut anti-clockwise around the circles and squares. Is it possible to get the arrows on the squares and circles facing the other way?

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  • Sep 26th, 2013

    I will use this resource as a homework pack for one of my SEN children in year 4. This will be a great tool to support his family in being part of his educational development

  • Jul 21st, 2012

    Children found this activity very useful.

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Scissor Cutting Skills Workbook

Scissor Cutting Skills Workbook - An extremely useful little resource, can be used in the classroom or sent home for practise!

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