Kindergarten Cut & Paste Activities

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Kindergarten Cut & Paste Activities
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There are many cut-and-paste activities for kindergarten students that explore subjects ranging from math to science. The use of cut-and-paste activities allows students to enhance their motor and creative skills. Make activities entertaining so students are anxious to participate.

Farm Animal Cut and Paste

Download the form found in References 1, which contains the Farm Animal Cut-and-Paste worksheet. This activity is fairly simple for instructors to teach students, and easy for the students to comprehend. The worksheet contains four animals that are easily identifiable by kindergartners, each broken up by having the animal's back half on one end of a bordered, rectangle area and the animal's front half on the other. The area with the front half also contains the name of the animal. Students will first cut the back half of the animal out (which has already been outlined for them). The task is then to match the back half with the appropriate front half. Calling out the animals one by one and having kids identify them may enhance the experience.

Mammals and Reptiles Cut and Paste

Download the form found in References 2. The reference will contain the worksheet for the Mammals and Reptiles Cut-and-Paste activity. There are two headings separated by boxes titled Mammals and Reptiles. On the worksheet, there are also pictures of different mammals and reptiles. Instruct the students to cut out the pictures (which have designated dotted lines for cutting) and paste them under the appropriate headings. The cutting portion for this activity may take the students a little time since they need to cut circular images, which are more difficult to manoeuvre than those with straight lines.

Match the Seasons

Download the two worksheets found in Resources 1. Worksheet 1 contains four images without words that represent the four seasons (spring through winter). Worksheet 2 contains four images with the seasons written at the top of each image (spring through winter). Students will cut the standalone images in Worksheet 1 and paste them onto their corresponding season on Worksheet 2. This particular activity will teach students to visually identify what each season typically looks like.

Land or Sea Cut and Paste

Download the worksheet found in References 3 with the corresponding title, Land or Sea Cut and Paste. The worksheet contains for large box images: two of land (represented by a picture of grass) and two of sea (represented by a picture of waves). To the right of the top two boxes are four smaller areas in which students will paste the appropriate animals. The bottom two boxes will be used to paste the animals directly on them. There are nine pictures of animals to be cut out, designated by dotted lines. The students will need to cut out the animals and paste them in the appropriate sections, either land or sea. This is a great science-related activity for students.

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