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25 May

Scissor skills activities

Scissor activities develop fine motor skills.In children, fine motor skills, small muscles in the hands and fingers are called. The sheath helps to develop thin / small muscles in the hand of the child to open the door to cut the paper. Thin motor muscles are necessary for many activities such as writing, drawing, knotting, brushing teeth, holding a spoon.Cutting exercises develop attention and consantration. It is necessary for the child to focus and keep the attention in the memory by cutting out the forms on the paper or cutting through the line.

Learning to cut with scissors activity for toddlers,kids,homeschooling

Fine motor skill cut activities with scissors.A great fine motor skill activity.

Materials:

  • Glue and scissors
  • Toilet paper roll or towel roll
  • Bowl and pen

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Toilet paper roll cuts – A great way for practicing scissor skills. The little paper rolls help learn and recognise fine motor skills…One way for using up all those glad paper roll cylinders! Then off to recycling.Thank you my daughter.These are so cute! Great activity:)

 

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We finally have finished.

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