Remember my Penguin Snowball Play I Spy game? I still can’t get over how cute the clip art is – so I used a variation of it for this Baby Penguin Cutting Practice printable.
E loves cutting practice, and she frequently surprises me with how good she is at it. There have been times when I was so impressed with her cutting work that I hung a picture that she cut along the outline on my fridge like her artwork 🙂
When I provide just a piece of paper, we end up with tiny pieces scattered around the room. When I want to avoid clutter, I go for this type of cutting practice or my cutting practice puzzles that don’t even need to be thrown out right away 🙂
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Materials for Baby Penguin Cutting Practice
- Printable Pdf file (below).
- Two sheets of paper.
What’s in the Printable PDF File?
There are two cutting practice pages with 10 different cutting lines total. There are one straight line and nine curvy lines with between one and four curves per line.
There is no preparation necessary, just print and start cutting from one penguin to another.
Do you teach toddlers and preschoolers?
This Feed the Shark bundle includes all of the important areas of early childhood education: Letters, numbers (1-40), sizes, and colors in a super engaging feed the animal game. The bundle also includes task cards and matching storage labels.
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Looking for More Penguin-Related Learning Printables?
Penguin Math Game for 1:1 Correspondence by No Stress Homeschooling
Penguin Lacing Cards by Living Life and Learning
Penguin Learning Pack by 3 Dinosaurs
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