Fine Motor Skills Worksheets | Q tip Painting | Scissor Skills Cutting Practice

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PreK - 1st, Homeschool
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80+ pages
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One of the BEST ways to help your students practice their scissor skills is by building their fine motor strength. These easy-to-use, no-prep printables provide your students will multiple opportunities to work on building their finger strength.

With these fine motor skills worksheets, your students can work on cutting and snipping skills, pincer grasps, and letter strokes while also working on practicing alphabet letters and sounds, and numbers 1-10.

What’s included:

⭐️ Cutting practice (32 pages)

  1. straight lines
  2. angled lines
  3. curved lines
  4. shapes
  5. snipping practice

⭐️ Qtip painting (36 pages)

  1. strengthen pincer grasp
  2. identify letters & alphabet sounds
  3. identify numbers & counting to 10

⭐️ Pencil practice (26 pages)

  1. tracing lines & continuous strokes
  2. Tracing uppercase & lowercase letters

These fine motor practice pages can be used throughout the year during centers, morning work, or in small groups.

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Total Pages
80+ pages
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