Here's a weather-themed printable to help the kids use their scissors carefully and practise their cutting skills. Cut along the dotted lines towards the lightning strikes...
Weather Scissor Activities
Lots NEW! Here's something different! Children can practise their motor skills by getting busy cutting with these fun weather scissor activities. We have shapes to cut out, lines to follow and pictures to complete.
There are four falling raindrops on this cutting practise worksheet. Children can cut along the dotted lines to reach the raindrops - perfect for a weather topic!
Here's a fun activity for the kids if you're stuck inside on a rainy day! Cut out the little rectangles and stick them back onto the bigger rainy day picture, making sure they are in the right place. Now colour in if you like!
Print this simple page and get the children to cut along the dotted lines towards the snowflakes. It's a fun way to practice scissor skills, and each snowflake is a little harder than the last!
Cut out the missing bits of the snowy day picture and glue them back into place before colouring in the picture, and practise lots of skills in the process!
Cut out the little images and paste them into the correct position before colouring in the fun stormy day picture...a fun way to practise cutting skills!
Can the kids cut out the rectangles then stick them into the correct place on the sunny day picture? They can colour in the picture too!
These pretty weather cutting shapes will give children the reward of some lovely pictures perfect for collages when they have gone through the hard work of cutting out the shapes.
Use these weather cutting shapes to make a mobile, or stick to cards and invitations. Lots of cutting practise for little hands, and fun too!
Ask the children to cut carefully along the dotted lines on this wind cutting practise sheet, and by the time they're on the last line they should find it a breeze...