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Teach kids to make paper snowflakes with these simple snowflake templates. The perfect way to encourage kids to practice their scissor skills this holiday and winter season. This snowflake cutting activity is a great addition to your winter theme and snow theme unit and lesson plans. Fine motor fun! Let kids experience SUCCESS while cutting paper snowflakes.
✔ Art center activties
✔ Fine motor center activity
✔ Christmas or winter party activity
✔ let kids make decoration for your classroom
Snowflake cutting patterns will provide opportunities for cutting, folding, and fine motor practice. They can also be used for scissor skills and folding assessments
***RECENTLY UPDATED WITH EVEN MORE TEMPLATES***
The set now includes 21 patterns with varying levels of difficulty. Print on 8.5 x 11 paper, fold into quarters, and they are ready to cut. Children will enjoy opening the folds to reveal their snowflake.
This paper snowflake pattern set is appropriate for preschool, kindergarten, homeschool, special education classrooms, or occupational therapy sessions. The fun activity will also be a perfect addition to a thematic unit on winter, snowmen, snow.
What are teachers saying about this activity??
"This was one of my students favorite activities this year. I made several copies, put them at a center and the kiddos loved it! Our classroom was covered in snowflakes!"
"My preschool class of 4-5 year olds love these patterns. They requested extra so that we could hang them from the ceiling and have a snowstorm. It has a great variety from easy to more difficult. The only requirement is that the children need to be able to cut on a line. I plan to use this every year"
"I absolutely love these - they were perfect for my emerging cutters, and they all looked great no matter how far away they were cut from the line!"
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