The interesting and appealing cutting activities in this book are excellent in the classroom as a diagnostic tool, to improve fine-motor skills and to encourage independent work. Sheets link well with topic work and are perfect for pupils with dyspraxia and others who need to to improve eye and hand co-ordination. Start Cutting follows the developmental progression of cutting: tasks range from short snips to cutting combinations of straight and curved lines. Pupils really enjoy cutting out the missing parts to complete each attractive picture. Previously available through Easylearn.

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Created: Apr 23, 2019

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