Once children have practiced their scissor skills cutting out these British Wildlife cutting shapes they could add the animals to an autumn themed collage.
Animal Scissor Activities
What better way to learn to use a pair of scissors than cutting out funny animal illustrations! We think that kids will enjoy our collection of animal scissor activities, which can be used with a range of ages.
These funny bunnies are the incentive for some careful cutting skills practice on this fun printable! Chidlren start with a straight line and then follow the increasingly difficult dotted paths with their scissors...
We've got four pretty butterflies on this printable for your children to cut towards, following along the dotted lines as carefully as they can!
Children wil need careful cutting skillsto cut out this bat, making sure to get the scallops on his body and the points of his ears right!
This fish cutting practice printable is aimed at beginners to scissors. We've given them four straight lines to cut along in the direction of the fish. Try to get them to stop just before the fish!
Children can make a collage with our fish cutting shapes when they have practiced their cutting skills. Younger children can follow the dotted lines.
These funny little frogs really perk up this cutting skills printable! The kids should try to follow the lines carefully, stopping short of the frogs and starting with the top line.
These minibeast cutting shapes have dotted lines around them to provide a guide for children to cut along.
Is your pet on our pet animal cutting shapes worksheet? We have a rabbit, guinea pig, dog and cat for children to practice cutting out.
Practising cutting is a great way to improve motor skills in young children. These sea creature cutting shapes are sure to make it fun.