Print out this worksheet onto yellow paper and the kids can have a go at cutting out the daffodil shape. Add an orange circle in the centre and put them on display!
Flower Scissor Activities
Cutting with scissors is an excellent and fun way to build up hand strength and motor contro skills in young children. The simple shapes of flowers make them especcially good and of course the cut out pieces can be used in lots of crafts afterwards.
Children can practise their cutting skills on these spring flower shapes - a daffodil and a tulip. Colour them in when they are done!
If you print out this cutting skills worksheet onto brightly coloured paper, you can make a pretty display of spring tulips with the finished product!
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.
This is such a lovely "cut and stick" activity for children. We've provided an empty basket and a selection of colourful flowers.
Younger children will enjoy practising their cutting skills by starting on the dot and working their way along the dotted lines to the pretty flowers. You could also use this printable for tracing practice.
Perfect for Spring and Summer, this printable gives the children a chance to practice their cutting skills on pretty flower pictures that they can then stick or hang or display somewhere!
These flower cutting shapes are great for helping younger children with cutting skills and for older kids to use in craft projects.
Here are some Flower Cutting Shapes ready to print. They make fun cutting practise for younger kids, and older children could use them in craft projects, perhaps making a mobile, or as card toppers!
These lovely bright flowers are challenging to cut out - but fun! Use them to decorate or perhaps make bookmarks or jewellery with the finished flowers.
Cut out the little rectangles and stick them back onto the bigger flower picture, making sure they are in the right place. Now colour in if you like!
Six progressively difficult dotted lines on this printable cutting practice sheet give your children plenty of scissor practice! The flowers add interest and allow you to tie the sheet in with a Spring or Summer theme, perhaps...