Here's some tricky cutting practice for the kids! Each printable asks the children to cut out two fringes. For beginners you might want to cut around the edges of the fringe first and get them to practice cutting just the lines, concentrating on getting them nice and even and stopping at the same spot each time.
Autumn is the season of falling leaves and bonfires, so I included this cutting shape in our Autumn section - but of course it may be useful for Bonfire Night and Fourth of July too. Print it out onto flam-coloured paper for a fun cutting activity.
Here is our third cutting shapes owl worksheet. It is still a relatively simple shape for the kids to cut out, but they will need to go very carefully around the ears. Trace the eyes and then colour the body in and put your owl out on display...