Thanksgiving Cutting Practice Worksheets

Cutting practice is an awesome way to keep your little Turkeys busy during the fall months! You will be thankful for these easy to print and simple to use Thanksgiving Cutting Practice sheets that help small hands work on scissor skills and develop fine motor skills. 

7 practice thanksgiving cutting sheets.

Thanksgiving Cutting Practice Sheets

You’ve made your handprint turkeys and your fall leaves and now you’re looking for something fun for kids that also teaches them something. Look no further. These Thanksgiving cutting activities are the perfect addition to your fall crafting fun. They are so fun, kids won’t even know they are improving their fine motor skills!

Cutting activities are an amazing way to help little ones learn and improve their cutting skills. Whether your child is just getting to know scissors or has developed some cutting skills, this scissors practice cutting activity has something for everyone!

My son had a hard time cutting and I was looking for something to reinforce this skill at home. This cutting activity fits the bill! There are so many different activities in this Thanksgiving cutting activity collection that my son has never been bored. He just keeps asking me to print them again and again!

thanksgiving turkey with lines to cute

Are there other ways to use these Thanksgiving cutting sheets?

There are so many different uses to use these cutting sheets.

  • Use dot markers or crayons to trace the lines that lead to the turkeys. This will help with visual motor skills.
  • Trace all the dotted lines with your pointer finger to practice finger isolation and control.
  • After you cut out the turkeys, use the pieces as puzzles to see if you can piece them back together.
  • Color the turkeys before cutting them. Helping with fine motor skills and pencil grip.
  • Use dot markers to count the turkeys before cutting and gluing the corresponding number.
  • These work for beginners to more advanced cutters.
colorful turkey with numbers and lines to practice cutting skills for kids

What type of scissors should you use for kids?

These are the best beginner scissors for kids. They are left and right-handed, which is perfect for kids just starting out. The blunt tip is super safe and perfect to protect those fingers.

If you want a more advanced scissor, then try these scissors with a pointed tip. These are still super strong, durable, and safe for kids.

thanksgiving cutting practice worksheets for kids with thanksgiving themed clipart

Thanksgiving Cutting Practice Sheets

Grab your Thanksgiving cutting practice sheets right here. Just click add to cart, finish your purchase, and then you will be able to download and print. Print this as many times as you would like for your personal and one classroom use.

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