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Chick Cutting Practice Worksheets For Kids [Free Template]

Spring is a time of new beginnings and growth, so it’s a great time for kids to grow their scissor skills. With the help of our cute and playful chick cutting practice worksheets, they’ll have fun doing it, too!

These worksheets will have kids practicing using their scissors along the dotted lines, counting, matching, and more with the adorable baby chicks.

Forget worms! Your little chicks will love some Easter activities that are filled with lots more fun and easy ways to celebrate. Add them to your nest for fun all spring long.

Chick Scissor Worksheets

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These activity pages are a great way for kids to strengthen their hand muscles, hand-eye coordination, spatial awareness, and problem-solving techniques. They’ll keep kids entertained while working on valuable skills and learning something new.

Add these chick worksheets to any spring, farm, or Easter themed study for some fun learning. Be sure to download them to use at home or in the classroom with your little chicks. Read on below to learn more about what is included in this free printable set.

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The activities included are an interactive and fun way for preschoolers and kindergartners to improve their cutting abilities.

In this free printable bundle, you’ll receive the following:

  • Cut Along the Line Worksheets (2)
  • Finish the Picture Cutting Worksheet
  • Counting Worksheet

Our first sheet will have kids cut along the dotted line to get to the chicks. As kids make their way down the page, the lines to follow get increasingly harder. For some fine motor practice, have the kids trace the lines before they cut them.

On the second sheet, kids will cut along a large curvy line to reach the chick in the nest. This activity is a great way for them to develop hand-eye coordination and practice how to handle scissors.

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Next up on the matching sheet, kids will cut out the bottom of each chick and match it to the correct top. Kids will use problem solving, pattern recognition, and spatial awareness to glue the correct images together.

The final page is the counting worksheet. On this sheet, kids will count how many chicks are in each box. They’ll then cut and paste the numbers next to the correct number of chicks. It’s a great way for kids to practice counting, number recognition, and fine motor skills.

All of these activities are a fun way for kids to practice using their scissors!

For more farm-themed learning, try these Farm Animals: Moms and Babies Matching printables. These sheets are a fantastic companion to these cutting pages, enhancing children’s understanding of farm animal families.

Easter Ideas For Kids

Make Easter really special for the kids this year! We have lots of fun Easter craft and activity ideas that will have kids’ faces lighting up with big smiles.

Keep reading below for projects to get you started.

Easter Books For Kids

Reading books to your kids isn’t just a fun activity to do together – it’s also incredibly beneficial for their development.

For starters, it can help them develop a love of learning that will last a lifetime. When kids are exposed to a wide variety of stories, they get to explore new ideas, cultures, and perspectives. This can help them build empathy, understand complex concepts, and develop critical thinking skills.

Plus, reading aloud can also improve their language skills, from expanding their vocabulary to helping them understand grammar and syntax.

Overall, reading books together is a fantastic way to bond with your kids while also giving them a head start in life. So go ahead, grab a book, and snuggle up with your little ones – the benefits are endless!

Happy Easter Mouse – Everyone knows Mouse from the classic If You Give A Mouse A Cookie book, but now he’s back and ready to celebrate Easter! Kids will love watching him as he goes on an Easter egg hunt!

Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure – Join Pete as he races to help the Easter bunny just in time for Easter! This is another new classic kids rate as a must-have!

It’s Not Easy Being A Bunny – Follow PJ the bunny as he tries to discover what kind of animal he’d rather be instead of a bunny! It’s a silly story with a great lesson.

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Easter Crafts For Kids

Crafting is a wonderful teaching tool, and kids don’t even realize they’re learning while creating! As they create their craft, they develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.

They also learn counting, colors, shapes, and so much more. Get your child crafting today for a beneficial and educational way to have fun!

Easter Bunny Paper Plate Craft – You know who looks great in a bowtie? The Easter Bunny. Kids will create their bunny out of an ordinary paper plate and then finish it off with a colorful bowtie. We love paper plate crafts because they only require a few simple supplies!

Easter Egg Photo Craft – For a fun and memorable project, recycle some cardboard and some Easter candy to make this adorable egg frame for your little one’s photo.

Kids will love breaking out the paint and paintbrushes to make their work of art. Download the free template to get started!

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Easter Card Craft – This bunny bottom will bring a smile to the recipient’s face for sure! It’s a fun and unique way to send a holiday greeting this Easter. Kids will love creating this cute craft, and can practice their handwriting with a sweet note inside.

Easter Sheep Craft – Even the sheep got in on the egg hunt this year! Kids will have a great time making their Easter loving sheep complete with its own Easter egg. They’ll be able to use their creativity with this craft to customize the sheep’s Easter egg!

Easter Activities For Kids

Easter will be here before you know it, so if you’re looking for a simple and festive activity, try these printable Easter egg coloring pages.

They’re great for when you need something last minute, and kids love them. This bundle comes with 6 unique pages of Easter eggs for kids to use their creativity to color in!

These free printable Easter worksheets for kids are perfect for helping kids learn, have fun, and get into the holiday spirit. These pages are great practice for letter recognition, handwriting, and fine motor skills. They’ll learn that Bb is for bunny, Cc is for chick, and label a lamb.

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For a fun coloring session with the kids that also incorporates some counting, print out these Easter bunny dot to dot printables.

Kids will love these adorable illustrations! They’ll have a blast coloring in all the cute bunnies once they’ve completed the image by connecting the dots.

Keep kids engaged with these fun Easter color by number pages! Kids will have lots of fun coloring in each number and seeing the finished product come to life!

This project is great for number recognition, color recognition, fine motor control, and following instructions. This is one holiday activity they’ll be excited to do this Easter!

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Easter Fun

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tammy c

Sunday 2nd of April 2023

I love the products that you have but very frustrated on why it is so difficult to find the place where you give your name and email to get the templates : (


Monday 3rd of April 2023

So sorry you're feeling frustrated! There are some things that are beyond my control, such as if you use an adblocker or firewall. Both may block the forms from appearing. The forms are always near the end of the post, above the comments sections, and under a bolded subheading. Also, some readers say they’re not able to see it on Chrome, but they can on other browsers. You may be able to try that as well ◡̈ But please know they are there and working. Let me know if you have any other questions!

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