Younger children will enjoy practising their cutting skills by starting on the dot and working their way along the dotted lines to the beach ball. You could also use this printable for tracing practice.
Summer Scissor Activities
Practise motor control skills and build up hand strength with some cutting practice. We have minibeasts, sea creatures, flowers, ice cream and seaside themed pages to choose from.
Here's a different way to get in some cutting practice. Cut out the whole beach towel then have the kids cut the fringe carefully along the dotted lines. The towel is the perfect size for a toy to use on the beach! We have two harder versions with tighter fringes to cut too.
Practise your cutting skills with this fun beach towel cutting activity - perfect for any self-respecting toy to take to the beach! We have three of these pages, with an increasing number of dotted lines to snip...
Cut out the beach towel then cut its fringe carefully along the dotted lines. It will take concentration and careful scissor work because this has the most number of lines of all our beach towel scissor fun pages!
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.
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!
Here are four pretty butterlies for the kids to cut out, carefully following the dotted lines. Why not hang them up to make a mobile, glue them to straws and peg into the soil of houseplants, or drop them from a curtain rail?
Children can practice their cutting skills with this pretty flower shape. Cut out a whole bunch and colour them in, and decorate the classroom or kitchen with them.
This is such a lovely "cut and stick" activity for children. We've provided an empty basket and a selection of colourful flowers.
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!
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...
Our garden 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.
Here are 8 yummy ice lollies and ice cream cones ready to be cut out! Use them for cutting and sticking elsewhere, or create your own ice-cream shop pop-up for some role play, perhaps?
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.
If children are going to practice their scissor skills, why not make it fun with the addition of these four funny minibeasts at the end of each line!
These minibeast cutting shapes have dotted lines around them to provide a guide for children to cut along.
Practising cutting is a great way to improve motor skills in young children. These sea creature cutting shapes are sure to make it fun.
Children can cut out these pictures of a bucket, space, life-saver, sandcastle and beach ball - fun scissor skills practice!
There are lots of fun summer and seaside-themed cutting shapes on this page, perfect for children who are practising their scissor skills.
Kids can practise their cutting skills with this fun sea shells cutting printable. We've provided dotted lines around each shape. Have fun sticking them somewhere or using them in a seaside display!
We've taken three rectangles out of our summer colouring page and moved them to one side. Your task, should you choose to accept it, is to cut out the smaller images and place them correctly on the main picture!