Easter Cutting Practice Puzzles

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.

I’ve made several printable cutting practice puzzles for her {like these Valentine’s Cupid Cutting Practice Puzzles or this Halloween version}, but at this point, they’re too easy, too!

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!

My kindergartener is really good at cutting but these advanced cutting lines were a challenge even for her! These cute printable Easter Cutting Practice Puzzles provide both challenging cutting practice and a fairly challenging puzzle!

(E was 6 years and 4 months old.)

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Materials for Advanced Easter Cutting Practice Puzzles

My kindergartener is really good at cutting but these advanced cutting lines were a challenge even for her! These cute printable Easter Cutting Practice Puzzles provide both challenging cutting practice and a fairly challenging puzzle!

 

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.

My kindergartener is really good at cutting but these advanced cutting lines were a challenge even for her! These cute printable Easter Cutting Practice Puzzles provide both challenging cutting practice and a fairly challenging puzzle!

Simply print and let your kids cut along the lines. For reusable puzzles, you could laminate before cutting.

 

My kindergartener is really good at cutting but these advanced cutting lines were a challenge even for her! These cute printable Easter Cutting Practice Puzzles provide both challenging cutting practice and a fairly challenging puzzle!

 

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My kindergartener is really good at cutting but these advanced cutting lines were a challenge even for her! These cute printable Easter Cutting Practice Puzzles provide both challenging cutting practice and a fairly challenging puzzle!

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Here are a few more Easter printables I’ve picked out for you!

Easter Egg Counting Puzzles

Easter Egg Matching Game

Easter Egg Sight Word Read and Cover Game

Easter Egg I Spy Game

 

Check out what my bloggy friends have come up with on today’s theme!

Easter Letter Find Printables | Living Life and Learning

Easter Preschool Letter Puzzles | Learning 2 Walk

It’s Not Easy Being a Bunny Activities | Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading

Printable Easter Mazes | Artsy Momma

 

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