Crafts & Activities for Cutting

Kids love using scissors! Cutting different materials and doing craft projects are a great way to work on fine motor skills. Below are some fun activities and crafts that will help develop cutting skills.

Make a heart garland for a Valentine's Day window!

Heart Garland for Valentine’s Day

A heart garland wasn’t in the plan when we started cutting out hearts. George just wanted to do an activity, and cutting out hearts sounded like a good idea since Valentine’s Day is coming up [already!]. And, oh my gosh, who knew that this kid could cut so well! I really didn’t know what to […]

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Turn Leftover Kids Art into Streamers

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Father’s Day Craft: Confetti Sprinkled Candy Bar Wrappers

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Yarn Craft for Kids: A Circle Garland!

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