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Polar Bear Cutting Activity Pages [Free Printables]

Scissor skills are essential for kids’ development.

Scissors are an important tool to teach kids because they help kids develop hand-eye coordination, strength, and dexterity.

Kids need to be able to cut along a straight line, make curves, and cut in a circular motion. These free printable polar bear cutting activity pages are great for kids to practice their scissor skills.

There are four different printables to choose from, all of which include the cute polar bear and his adorable antics!

Download and use them with preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten children! These activity pages are perfect for kids who are in need of some winter fun.

Also, be sure to look through all of our polar bear activities for more simple ideas.

Polar Bear Scissor Practice Worksheets

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Inside this polar bear activity set, we’ve included 4 unique pages for kids to practice.

First, are these standard cutting sheets. Kids will use their scissors to cut from one end of the paper to the other end along a straight line, curved line, wavy line, and zig-zagged line.

polar bear cutting practice page

On the second sheet, kids will follow a curved line from the start to the end, where the polar bear is. This one will have your kids working on holding the paper as they move their scissors along the line.

polar bear cutting practice page

On the third worksheet, kids will cut out the bottom half of the polar bear, then glue it to the left side of the page. This will not only help with scissor skills but also with fine motor skills and learning how much glue to use.

polar bear cutting practice page

Finally, the last page has children cut out the numbers on the right side of the page. Then, they’ll count the polar bears in each of the rectangles, then glue the numbers in the correct spot.

This activity page is great for counting and number recognition as well!

Winter Ideas For Kids

Keep your kids engaged this winter without screen time by creating a winter unit study! Below are some great ideas to get you started.

The number one activity we recommend is reading to your kids. Reading aloud is a simple way to help your kids exercise their imagination, learn to focus, and increase their vocabulary.

Winter Books For Kids

Reading books to your kids is an important part of developing literacy skills and a love of reading!

Reading to kids helps children learn new words, build a large vocabulary, increase imagination and develop creative thinking abilities.

Each time you read to your child, you’re not just passing on knowledge – but helping them gain life skills such as patience, and respect for others as well as forming personal values that will stay with them for years to come!

Here are some of the best winter animal books.

Polar Bear Island is a fun book for winter! Polar Bear Island is just that – only for polar bears! That is until Kirby the penguin comes to visit. She turns the place around and adds tons of interesting excitement, but will the polar bears let her stay? You have to check it out and see for yourself!

Tacky The Penguin– This is a great book for children to learn about acceptance and valuing others for exactly who they are.

Owl Babies– A sweet book that teaches kids that Mom always comes back! It’s especially great for children who may have separation anxiety.

Winter Crafts For Kids

Crafting is a great way for young people, especially children, to cultivate and express their creativity.

Engaging in crafting activities helps to improve fine motor skills, build concentration, and make use of problem-solving skills. It teaches kids valuable lessons that they can apply to school work such as following directions, staying focused on the task at hand, being organized, and working independently!

Below are some of our favorite winter craft ideas:

Puffy Paint Snowman Craft – Kids will love this snazzy snowman craft. All you need is a few simple materials to make your own puff paint and use it in many ways. This puffy paint recipe makes the perfect texture for a cute snowman!

Penguin Headband Craft – Find out how to make this cute penguin headband craft that’s perfect for the winter! This is a fun activity you can do with your kids. All you need are some materials and about 15 minutes of time. You’ll love creating these adorable little guys too – they’re just as much fun to wear as they are to make!

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Handprint Walrus Craft – This paper walrus craft is perfect for kids. Make this adorable paper animal with your little ones! It’s fun, easy, and mess-free so you can enjoy winter without any worries about cleaning up paint spills.

Popsicle Stick Arctic Fox Craft – This is a fun craft for kids. It’s perfect to do with the family during winter break or keep on hand as an activity when you need something quick and easy. It’s great when learning about arctic animals.

Winter Activities For Kids

These winter do a dot printables are great for kids to enjoy. They’re practicing counting, patterns, and visual discrimination with these fun winter-themed dot sheets! These are great for preschoolers and kindergarten children.

Practice writing, cutting, and letter recognition with these snowy owl worksheets! These worksheets include handwriting practice lines, a letter maze, and a label a snowy owl page. Have fun this winter season while practicing skills that will help your children in school or at home!

polar bear cutting practice page

Kids will love these adorable polar bear dot to dot printables. They’re perfect for practicing counting and letter recognition, plus they’ll give your kids a great opportunity to work on their fine motor skills!

For kids who love coloring, our polar bear color by numbers worksheets deliver a valuable combination of excitement and education. Our themed printables feature friendly polar bears that are not only adorable, but can also help children practice skills like hand-eye coordination, color recognition, and more!

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Tuesday 24th of January 2023

I just want to say thank you ♥️ I use your website for my daycare and you take a load off. Little humans enjoy it too!


Tuesday 24th of January 2023

Haha, so glad! You're very welcome!

Melinda Melinda Cole

Monday 23rd of January 2023

These will be great resources for my preschoolers!


Tuesday 24th of January 2023


Tracy H

Thursday 19th of January 2023

there is no place to put email to request subscription or for free printables, was looking for polar bear cutting or snowman practice cutting

Susi Campbell

Tuesday 17th of January 2023

Hi Sam, sometimes the link does not work!


Tuesday 17th of January 2023

Uh oh! What do you mean? What exactly is happening?


Monday 16th of January 2023

These look fun. Thank you.


Tuesday 17th of January 2023

You're welcome and thanks for trying them!

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