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Color Cut Glue Scissor Practice for Fall

Color Cut Glue Scissor Practice for FallColor Cut Glue Scissor Practice for Fall

Fall is certainly in the air here.  The apples are starting to get picked, a few leaves are falling and pumpkins will be right around the corner. Here are three black and white activity pages to practice coloring, cutting out simple shapes, planning out where to glue the pieces (the trickiest part) and then paste the shapes together to create the Fall themed pictures: apple tree, pumpkin, and apple.  Just print and it is all set to go.

This activity encourages:

  • scissor skills practice
  • eye hand coordination
  • bilateral coordination
  • motor planning
  • sequencing

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Looking for more scissor activities? Here is a Scissors Bundle from Your Therapy Source.

If you need more specific information on the development of scissor skills, check out The Scissor Skills Book. This digital download is a huge resource for anyone who works on scissor skills with children. Written by the Functional Skills for Kids (FSFK) team of 10 pediatric physical and occupational therapists with years of experience in the field, The Scissor Skills Book is the ultimate resource for tips, strategies, suggestions, and information to support scissor skill development in children.


Check out all of these Fall Gross Motor Activities for Kids.

Color Cut Glue Scissor Practice for Fall



Illustrations created by Ksenya Savva and used under Shutterstock License.