A set of fun preschool cutting pages to practice scissor skills with your preschoolers!
Let’s work on those fine motor skills with your preschooler with these fun cutting practice worksheets!
Children will get to color pictures, trace different lines, and practice cutting too.
Cutting pages preschool
These preschool cutting pages are a perfect starting point for introducing scissor skills to your preschoolers.
Children will practice different types of lines in this six-page printable set.
They will start with straight lines and move up to curved, zig-zag lines, and more!
Preschoolers might also enjoy coloring the pictures of cars, spiders, or fish!
These cutting pages might also work as tracing activity before children get to practice their scissor skills.
So make sure to get the most of them and remind your children to trace, color, and then cut.
You can download this printable at the end of this post.
And make sure to check out more of the cutting practice pages below:
If you would like to do some cut and paste activities with your little ones, then check out my whole page of cut and paste worksheets first.
Here’s a set of fun cutting pages for summer with fun summer pictures.
These fall cutting activities are perfect scissor skill practice for the fall theme in your classroom or homeschool.
Preschool cutting strips are simple yet effective for building the scissor skills with young learners.
Here are basic cutting practice pages you can use as tracing pages too. Print them out on construction paper to have a colorful activity ready in minutes.
Cutting practice pages
You will find a total of six pages in this printable pack. Here’s just a preview of two worksheets:
More preschool printables:
Big And Small Worksheets
Number Find 1-10 Activity
Spring count and color numbers 1-20
Matching and coloring worksheets for preschoolers
Short or tall? Fun printable worksheets for preschool
Sequencing worksheets for preschool
Memory activity for preschoolers
Alphabet coloring book
2 thoughts on “Preschool Cutting Pages”
Thanks for these pages! My preschoolers loved them!