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Pin1 Tweet Share +1 Share StumbleI remember the first time I handed my child a pair of scissors. They were kid-safe, of course, but I still flinched with every sideways cut made. I was terrified that we’d end up spending the afternoon in the emergency room. But that’s just how it is when you’re a […]

Cutting Practice Printables for Preschoolers

These cutting practice printables for preschoolers are an excellent way to strengthen fine motor skills in your early learner!

Fine motor weakness, positioning and lack of exposure can all be conquered with these simple OT tips to help your child with cutting skills.

How to improve your child's cutting skills -Tips from a pediatric OT

Fine motor weakness, positioning and lack of exposure can all be conquered with these simple OT tips to help your child with cutting skills.

Creative Scissor Skills ideas and tips for helping kids work on cutting with scissors, from an Occupational Therapist

Creative & Fun Ways to Help Kids Cut With Scissors

Scissor skills activities for kids. These are developmental ways to practice scissor skills and teaching kids to cut on the lines. Also, all of the skill areas needed in order for kids to accurately cut lines and shapes.

Sugar Aunts: Creative & Fun Ways to Help Kids Cut With Scissors

Creative & Fun Ways to Help Kids Cut With Scissors

Sugar Aunts: Creative & Fun Ways to Help Kids Cut With Scissors (more scissor ideas on Play & FUN) - Fun Play FUN

Christmas Tree Scissor skills craft for kids this holiday season, perfect for preschool parties or play dates while working on Occupational Therapy goals like cutting on lines.

Christmas Tree Scissor Skills Craft

Christmas Tree Scissor skills, use hole punch to put holes for lights, place number on tree trunk and punch that number of holes

Encourage Fine Motor & Scissor Skills with this simple Dot & Cut Activity from http://www.powerfulmothering.com

Dot & Cut (Fine Motor & Scissor Skills)

Encourage Fine Motor & Scissor Skills with this simple Dot & Cut. This pin lists activities which promote scissor skills as well as strengthening intrinsic hand muscles.

Scissor Skills: Trouble with Scissor Skills Shows Signs of Poor Fine Motor, Muscle Tone and Proprioception | http://ilslearningcorner.com

Trouble with SCISSOR SKILLS Shows Signs of Poor Fine Motor, Muscle Tone and Proprioception

Scissor Skills: Trouble with Scissor Skills Shows Signs of Poor Fine Motor, Muscle Tone and Proprioception

Paint roller + Paint pan = let children "paint" surfaces: good for developing shoulder stability which is needed for fine motor skills. Good to do outside on a fence for Bilateral heavy work

Paint roller + Paint pan = let children "paint" surfaces: good for developing shoulder stability which is needed f or fine motor skills. Good to do outside on a fence for Bilateral heavy work LAP NOTE: "paint" outside fence with water.

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