E looooves cutting and is really good at it. I’m always looking for new challenges for her, preferably ones that don’t result in a ton of tiny scraps of paper all over the floor.
For today’s Easter version, Advanced Easter Cutting Practice Puzzles, I basically just added one extra line to each puzzle, and lo and behold, they were an actual challenge for my daughter 🙂 Plus, the resulting puzzles are a lot more challenging than previous versions, too. Fun!
(E was 6 years and 4 months old.)
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Materials for Advanced Easter Cutting Practice Puzzles
What’s in the printable PDF file?
The file contains 6 pages of cutting practice puzzles with two puzzles to a page. There are four different images that each come in three different levels of cutting difficulty: Straight lines, curvy lines, and zig-zag lines.
Simply print and let your kids cut along the lines. For reusable puzzles, you could laminate before cutting.
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The ebook has 57 pages with a total of 10 different Kindergarten activities for addition within 5. There are activities that focus on using numbers, dice faces, and tally marks.
Here are a few more Easter printables I’ve picked out for you!
Check out what my bloggy friends have come up with on today’s theme!
Easter Letter Find Printables | Living Life and Learning
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It’s Not Easy Being a Bunny Activities | Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading
Printable Easter Mazes | Artsy Momma
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