Free Cutting & Coloring Pack

Kids will love working on scissor skills, coloring and tracing with this free printable Cutting Pack featuring straight, diagonal, curved and zig zag lines. 

FREE cutting, coloring and tracing pack for preschool and kindergarten to practice scissor skills and fine motor skills. Includes 6 no-prep worksheets for a set of easy and fun activities.
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This FREE Cutting Pack includes 6 no-prep pages - just print and go! I recommend that your child first colors the images and traces the lines, then cuts along the dashed lines. As a reminder, the directions on each page say: Color-Trace-Cut

Here is what is included in this no-prep pack:
  • Flowers - straight vertical lines
  • Vehicles - straight horizontal lines
  • Space - diagonal lines
  • Balloons - curved lines
  • Bees & Butterflies - zig zag lines
  • Crayons - curved & zig zag lines
For beginners, I recommend these training scissors. (affiliate) They are the scissors that I give my kids when they're learning how to cut. I like them because they are spring loaded and make it easier to get used to the open/close rhythm during cutting.


For more art skills practice check out The Ultimate Art Skills Pack for ages 3-6 years. This is a unique set of 20 printable activities to help kids practice ALL of their art skills at the same time: Cutting, Gluing, Tracing, Coloring and Drawing!

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Viviana is a blogging mom to a toddler and a preschooler, sharing ideas and resources for early education. She specializes in unique, hands-on printable activities that are educational, fun and inspire creativity in young minds.

6 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for all of the Freebies you give!!!!

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  2. Thanks a lot! I am going to use some of your work in my pre-school (in France :-)) Elodie

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  3. Thank you for sharing!

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  4. Your generous offering of free printables blows my mind. Thank you for making learning fun and meaningful. Works alone cannot express my appreciation at finding free materials that are ready to use and high interest. XOXO from a teaching and mom in Wisconsin

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    1. You are VERY welcome. Thank you for the kind words! I'm glad you like the materials!

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