Cat Worksheets – FREE
If you are looking for fun and entertaining cat worksheets, check this huge free 30+ page PDF packet. You can download it for free at the bottom of this post.
BENEFITS OF THE CAT WORKSHEETS
This huge collection of printable cat activities are great for kids of all ages – kindergarten, first grade students, elementary students, middle school and high school. Even adults might love some of these engaging puzzles and games.
Here are some of the benefits of using the worksheets and printables. Kids will be practicing the following:
FINE MOTOR SKILLS
Fine motor skills refer to the ability to control small muscles in the hands and fingers. For example in this activity, the children have to: use scissors, hole punch, folding paper and more!
Fine motor skills develop throughout childhood and continue to improve into adulthood. They are important for activities such as writing, typing, cooking, and using other tools. There are many ways to improve fine motor skills, including occupational therapy, targeted exercises, and adaptive devices. Get more fine motor activity ideas.
GROSS MOTOR SKILLS
Gross motor skills are the ability to use large muscles to complete tasks. Examples of gross motor skills include walking, running, jumping, climbing, and throwing.
For example, in this activity, the children have to: practice yoga poses and complete physical tasks.
These skills develop during childhood and continue to improve into adolescence. Gross motor skills are important for daily living activities, such as getting dressed or going up and down stairs. They also play a role in sports and other recreational activities. gross motor skills can be difficult for some children to develop. However, there are many resources and activities available to help those who struggle. Physical therapists can assess gross motor skills and provide strategies for improvement. With practice and guidance, gross motor skills can be improved as children grow and develop. Get more gross motor activity ideas.
VISUAL MOTOR SKILLS
Visual motor skills are the ability to use information from our visual system to guide our motor system. This can include skills such as catching a ball, writing, drawing, and cutting with scissors. Visual motor skills involve the coordination of both large and small muscles.
For example, in this activity the children have to: color, find objects, trace and more!
Additionally, visual motor skills develop over time – infants and toddlers typically have poorer visual motor skills than school-aged children or adults.There are many ways to improve visual motor skills, such as by playing sports, engaging in crafts, or participating in other activities that require coordination and fine motor skills. Anyone can benefit from improving their visual motor skills! Get more visual motor activity ideas.
WHEN IS A GOOD TIME TO USE THIS FUN CAT PACKET?
Print and use this packet for:
- early finishers
- indoor recess
- activity packets over school breaks
- gifts for cat lovers
- Occupational therapy sessions
- Speech therapy sessions
- Physical therapy sessions
- Counseling sessions and more!
HOW TO GET ACCESS TO THE FREE PRINTABLE
All you need to do is follow these three steps to access the printable page for preschoolers, kindergarten students, elementary and homeschool students:
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- Print or screen share the activity.
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