Who’s ready for spring? I feel like a wimp, because we haven’t had any snow here this year, but I’m still ready for warmer weather! So, I’m sharing some free bee-themed scissor skills worksheets to help little ones get into the spring spirit!
Piglet is a little cutting machine. She wants to cut and paste every single thing she sees.
But she’s ready to move on from basic straight lines, so it was either make her some scissor skills printables with wavy lines or cower in fear as she goes Edward Scissorhands on my drapes. Printables it is!
These are great fine motor boosters for preschoolers and kindergarteners! So if you have an early elementary student who still struggles with scissor cutting, these spring worksheets for kids are a good resource for building those skills.
Read on to see how to get your free copy of our Busy Bee Scissor Skills Worksheets! And be sure to grab our free Spring Sight Word Flashcards for early reading practice!
Busy Bee Scissor Skills Worksheets
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- Printer (with ink)
- Printer paper
- Child-safe scissors
The pack includes four scissor cutting exercises for little ones.
There are printables with straight lines, curved lines, wiggly lines, and even wavy lines for a little challenge.
Your child’s job is to get the bee to the hive safely!
With Piglet, I just handed her the printables and a pair of child-safe scissors and she was off to the races.
In about ten minutes, she had a pile of paper scraps and a big grin.
That’s one proud preschooler!
Scroll down to get your copy of our Busy Bee Scissor Skills Printables!
Don’t miss these other fun preschool printables!
Round out your bee learning with these gorgeous children’s books about bees!
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So I’ve signed up, multiple times, and still cannot get the printables. So this has been quite frustrating for us….
Selena Robinson says
Hi Christine! I’m sorry you’re having trouble. The email is probably going to your spam folder.
Please send me your email address and I’ll send the printable to you directly. You can email me at email@example.com
I have signed up and every time i click something to print it sends me back to the original page. i can not seem to download these at all?
Selena Robinson says
Hi! The widget uses a pop-up form to request your email address, so if you have a pop-up blocker enabled, it won’t appear. I can see your email address in the comment, so I’ll send it along. 🙂