N is currently having a blast working on his scissor skills any chance he gets. He’s starting to figure out how to go from snipping to cutting right now.
The Police Snip and Sort for Toddlers printable I’m sharing today was something he worked on a couple of months ago, and as you can see in the photos, he was still working on getting close to the lines 😉
I could see a big difference from the winter penguins version I made before Christmas to this one, and today, he’ll usually hit the lines 🙂
(N was 2 years and 6 months old.)
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Materials for Police Snip and Sort for Toddlers
- PDF file (download below).
- Laminator, laminating pouches (if you want to re-use the pieces for sorting; optional).
- 1 sheet of paper.
What’s in the printable PDF file?
This is a 1-page printable. There are 8 strips with police-related items on each strip: police hats, police cars, helicopters, badges, flashlights, dogs, policemen, and police women.
Print the page, cut the strips apart at the black lines, then let the kids cut along the dotted lines (or however they can 😉 ). Afterward, have them sort the pieces by image.
Do you have toddlers who love matching? I have a book of matching games for them!
In my book Match This! Matching Games for Toddlers, I share 30 different matching games that are perfect for toddlers with a limited number of matches (you can mix and match different sets for a greater challenge) and large cards that are easy to pick up and hold. I’ve included instructions for playing memory and matching games at all skill levels and how to extend the activity with other learning objectives for older kids.
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