Developing Cutting Skills (1-3) by Dianna Rigg
  

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Developing Cutting Skills (1-3) by Dianna Rigg

Developing Cutting Skills is a series of two books written to support the development of cutting skills in early childhood. Features: easy to use layout with comprehensive teacher information; quick and simple activities designed specifically for early childhood pupils; clear instructions on every page; and multiple opportunities to practise cutting skills. It provides information about dominance, scissor grip, cutting line accuracy and body posture. It offers thumb positions that are indicated on the worksheets in the early stages of cutting development. It provides different worksheets for left and right handed cutters where appropriate.

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Copymasters
85 pages

Author

Dianna Rigg
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Publisher

Prim-Ed Publishing

Publication date

1st January 2012

ISBN

9781846543074


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