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Scissors Skill Color And Cut Out And Glue|Coloring Book Happy Hour
Scissors Skill Color And Cut Out And Glue : 30 Cutting and Paste Skills Workbook, Preschool and Kindergarten, Ages 3 to 5, Scissor Cutting, Fine Motor
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Scissor Skills Preschool Workbook for Kids: A Scissor Activity Book for Kindergarten. This book is designed for toddlers and kids ages 3-5 who are learning how to use scissors What are the benefits of cutting with scissors for young children? Answer There are many benefits to cutting with scissors, including: Independent movements of each finger Strengthens hand muscles Bilateral coordination skills (two-handed coordination) Visual-motor skills (eye-hand coordination) Visual perceptual tasks (directionality) Fine motor skills (separation of hand, finger dexterity) Promotes grasp pattern Focus and attention BOOK FEATURES 30 activity pages For ages 3 to 5 8.5" x 11" pages with a durable glossy cover Preschoolers practice important scissor use and cutting and pasting skills Activities sharpen fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination Each activity offers practice in following directions Cutting gives young children independent movements of each finger. Cutting with scissors works on the separation of two sides of the hand and strengthens hand muscles. Bilateral coordination is also addressed when they have to hold the scissors in one hand and paper in the other. Often, you will see kids with their elbows out to the side and the scissors upside down when they are cutting. An easy fix for this is to have them hold a piece of paper or a manilla folder between their arm and side to help them to stabilize their arm and bring their shoulder down. Then, they can hold the scissors correctly. The other thing I do is draw eyeballs on the scissors to cut them to the right position. Cutting on a line and switching directions are great visual motor activities. The positioning of the scissors in a child's hand also starts to work on the tripod grasp. It is important to educate your administrators as to why scissors are so important in kindergarten and preschool as it is a precursor for handwriting. Cutting, along with coloring, also helps with focus and attention. If I have a child that does not want to write, I let them do some coloring and cutting activities, and they can calm themselves.

Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780437645364
  • ISBN-10: 0437645363
  • Publisher: Coloring Book Happy Hour
  • Publish Date: February 2021
  • Dimensions: 11 x 8.5 x 0.13 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.38 pounds
  • Page Count: 64
  • Reading Level: Ages 3-5

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