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Melissa & Doug Scissor Skills Activity Book With Pair of Child-Safe Scissors (20 Pages)
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- Paper-cutting project book with pre-printed activity pages
- 20 activity pages
- Includes plastic safety scissors that naturally encourage proper form
- Features mazes, puzzles, animal art, sequencing activities, and much more
- Encourages fine motor skills and cognitive skills
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Kids love to cut with scissors—as you can see by the trail of scraps often left in their wake! This creative and practical activity pad gives an engaging, creative direction to scissor work, meaning more concentration and less mess. Organized from simple to more complex, 20 different paper cutting projects (with complete supplies included right in the pages of the book) practice slightly different skills and techniques, and produce 20 unique crafts, games, and activities to offer kids a creative focus and a sense of accomplishment. Plastic safety scissors are included, which naturally encourage proper form and are safe for preschoolers—but any pair of scissors can be used to complete the paper-cutting projects.
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I know she will love it. I was a preschool teacher for years and kids really need these
types of activities. For those of you thinking of teaching this to your kids, a rule of thumb
that will help is to have the child hold the scissors in front of their tummy, and move the
paper, not the scissors. But if you teach them to hold them at tummy level, and remind
them a few times, the teaching will go so much easier on you.
It has the perfect amount of pages for both kids to practice, and then gives them fun things to play with later.