Grab some scissors, print out this free 3 page packet in black and white and practice scissor skills during Spring time. This scissor skills packet includes a butterfly, ice cream cone and a snail. Children can practice cutting straight lines, curved lines and circles. Once the pieces are cut out, the child can assemble and glue the Spring picture. Can they match the picture on the page? This skill requires visual spatial skills, figure ground skills and more.
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