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Scissors Cutting Practice with Fall Leaves

Leaves craft, Pumpkin crafts and Fall Tree crafts are the flavor of the season. If you are a teacher or parent of a toddler, preschooler or kindergartner looking for easy and fun art and craft ideas you have landed on the right page! This Scissors Cutting Practice with Fall Leaves for preschoolers is just the perfect fine motor skill project for the season of fall /Autumn.  
Free Fall Leaves Template is something you would definitely love to check out! Teachers grab your lesson planners and fill up each day with 25+ of the best fall crafts for your preschool and kindergarten-age kids!

Want to work with your kids on their hand-eye-coordination and fine motor skills while helping them learn a new skill?  This scissors cutting leaf practice activity does it all with one of the shortest supply lists included here! Cutting practice with fall leaves brings endless hours of frugal fun… You only need 3 supplies, and one of them will be collected from outside in your yard!  


Check out my TPT Store for more fun fall resources. These fall leaves crafts can be easily executed using these free fall leaves template.

Supplies Required

  • Scissors
  • Leaves
  • Sharpie

Scissors Cutting Practice with Fall Leaves-How to:

First, take an assortment of leaves and lay them out on a flat surface. Then, go through with your Sharpie and draw lines in different directions. Do some horizontal, some longitudinal, and throw in some zig zags and other line schemes for variety. Once completed, have your kids take their scissors and practice cutting along the black lines you drew. This saves your paper and gives the kids a chance to get in some solid practice with their cutting skills!

Check out the detailed video of Silhouette Fall Leaf fingerprint Art:

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This fall art is  would make a great small group and early finisher activities. They would also be the perfect opportunity to bring in some older kids and have them help with the small groups by making sure supplies are ready and used properly.

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