Our build your own ice cream printable has multiple uses. You could ask children to cut out the pieces and then glue them to together for some cutting skills practice. Alternatively print several copies on to card, cut out and laminate and set up a play ice cream parlour.
Cut and Stick Activities
These are one of my favourite activities at Activity Village. Craft and colouring in one! Colour the base, choose and colour your decorations, cut and stick them on. Will keep older kids busy for hours!
Available part-coloured in red, green and blue, these lovely Christmas ornaments can be used as a cutting and sticking or sorting activity. Best printed onto card. They are also fun for children to colour in and embellish, especially if you have some silver or gold pens or glitter!
We have two versions of this Christmas tree activity - large and small. Print, colour, cut out and stick!
These lovely bright jewel images come in all sorts of different shapes and 3 different sizes. Cut them out and use to decorate homemade crowns and tiaras, glue them onto card to make rings and brooches - the possibilities are endless!
Here's a great cut and stick activity where children get to create and decorate their own garden! This is the "garden" part. We have another page of flowers for you to cut out and stick on in your own design.
These are the flowers that go with our Decorate the Garden page! This is a great cut and stick activity which will keep kids busy if you can't get outside into the real garden. There is a black and white version too.
Decorate the house for Christmas with this fun printable activity for kids! The house is below, and the decorations - to print, cut out and stick - are here: Decorate the house for Christmas - decorations printable
Decorate a sitting room for the holidays with this printable Christmas activity for kids. Draw in or stick on your own decorations, or cut, colour and stick there: Decorate the room for Christmas - decorations printable
Decorate the tree for Christmas, using our Christmas tree colouring page outline drawing. Kids can either colour it in and and decorate themselves, or print out our page of Christmas tree decorations to cut, colour and stick, here:
This is such a lovely "cut and stick" activity for children. We've provided an empty basket and a selection of colourful flowers.
Here's a cut and stick activity for children. Colour in the goldfish and their bowl, then cut them out and stick them in!
This fun ice-cream printable comes in both colour and black and white. Kids can cut out the different pieces and then assemble their own ice-cream creations! A fun colour, cut and stick activity.
On this Pancake Day cut and stick activity, we ask children to cut out pictures of the ingredients and utensils needed to make a batch of pancakes and stick them on the mixing bowl outline.
There's plenty of scissor practice to be had with this fun Day of the Dead activity! Colour the blank shapes and then cut them out with the black shapes too, using them to design your own colourful sugar skull, or calavero.
There's lots of fun to be had with this cut and stick activity for Halloween! Cut out the black shapes and then design your own pumpkin.
Cut out the food items and stick them to the correct place on the seder plate. We have two versions to chose from; one with traditional labels and the other with English food names.
This Thanksgiving plate looks very empty! Can the children cut out the food shapes from the second page and glue them into the correct positions on the plate to complete the Thanksgiving dinner?
The children can practise their cutting and pasting skills with this Thanksgiving harvest activity. They need to cut out the shapes on the second page and paste them onto the correct positions on the first page to complete the picture.
This lovely Thanksgiving turkey picture is full of pretty autumnal colours, but there are some pieces missing! Can the children cut out the shapes on the second page and stick them onto the picture in the correct place to complete it?
This fun printable activity was inspired by the Five Find-Outer books by Enid Blyton and master of disguises, Frederick Algernon Trotteville! But of course they are fun for any occasion. Younger children might need some help cutting out the disguises in this 5-page printable.
It's always fun to change the way you look and try on a disguise or two - and this printable makes it easy! Cut out the hats, wigs, eyebrows, glasses - and beard! - for a complete change of look. There are 5 pages in this pdf file.