Our budgies cut and complete picture tests both cutting skills and jigsaw skills as children have to cut out the rectangles and paste them into the right space on the picture. And of course, then they can enjoy colouring in the picture too.
Pet Animal Scissor Activities
Help improve early motor skills with these fun cutting activities on a pet animal theme.
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...
Practise scissor skills by cutting out these lovely bunny shapes. They could make nice decorations for Easter cards and crafts too!
Can the children cut along the dotted lines to reach the cute kitties on our cat cutting practise worksheet? Perfect for a pet topic!
Here are some cat 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!
This fun activity asks children to cut out three rectangles and glue them in the correct place on our cat picture. When they are stuck tight, why not colour the picture in?
Children will have fun cutting along the dotted lines in the direction of the cute dogs. There's a simple straight line to begin with, then each line gets a little trickier as they become more confident...
Good practice for little hands! Use these cute dog cutting shapes to decorate the house, or stick them to cards and invitations.
Perfect for dog lovers, here are some doggy cutting shapes for children to practice their scissor skills on. Carefully cut along the dotted lines to cut out the pictures.
Here's a fun cutting and sticking activity that the kids will enjoy! Cut out the small squares and then stick them in the correct place on our dogs colouring picture. And then, of course, colour the picture in!
Cut out the rectangles, glue them to the picture in the right space and finish by getting out the colouring pencils. Our fish cut and complete picture will keep children busy for a long time.
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.
Here's a cut and stick activity for children. Colour in the goldfish and their bowl, then cut them out and stick them in!
Cut out the little rectangles and stick them back onto the bigger goldfish picture, making sure they are in the right place. Now colour in if you like!
Cut out the missing bits of the Guinea Pig picture and glue them back into place before colouring in the picture, and practise lots of skills in the process!
Our hamster cut and complete picture tests both cutting skills and jigsaw skills as children have to cut out the rectangles and paste them into the right space on the picture. And of course, then they can enjoy colouring in the picture too!
We've cut three rectangles out of our horses scene. Can the kids cut out the smaller rectangles and glue them into the correct place? Good cutting and sticking skills are needed...
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.
Cut out the smaller rectangles and then place them correctly onto our rabbits colouring page. When they are in the right place, stick them down and colour the picture...