Friday, November 30, 2012


{FREE} Christmas Tracing / Cutting Practice!!

Tracing and cutting are great ways to improve fine muscle coordination and strength!  Add in a little holiday fun with these five pages! Click here to download this free file!  

These pages are easy to use and the fun pictures are inviting and encouraging!  You can let your child trace them with a finger, marker, crayon, or any other "writing utensil" or cut along the lines with child-safe scissors.  Alternatively, you could place them in sheet protectors and use them with dry erase markers!  

Clip art is from the very talented KPM Doodles and used with permission. 

You can see the five pages in the file here: 



Click here to download the file for free!  You do have to register with Teachers Notebook (a free process!), and after you register you will have access to hundreds of free and inexpensive teaching resources!  

I may share at any of these parties!


~The Bargain Babe from *Zucchini Summer Blog* said...

Stopping by from Serenity Now's linky party. Such cute papers...I love the birds! Thank you for sharing! said...

What a great idea! We will be posting our first Christmas craft today, so I cannot wait to come back and link up and get to check out what everyone else is up to!

Unknown said...

Hi there! I stopped by through the Tutus and Tea parties Pinterest Linky. I pinned your post on my Christmas board. Here's the link I'd like to be pinned :
Thank you from Paris ;)
Bisous, Sparkle

Andie Jaye said...

another great resource from you! thanks for sharing it at tip-toe thru tuesday!

Andrea @ No Doubt Learning said...

Just found your site! I am also a public school teacher turned homeschool mom. Looking forward to following you along via facebook. :)

Carla at Preschool Powol Packets said...

Thanks, Bargain Babe! Those birds are adorable, aren't they?!

Thanks Jennifer! I'm guessing you mean on the Preschool Christmas / Winter Party?! ;) I'll look for you there!

Hi Sparkle, Thanks for coming by!

Thanks, Andie!!

Andrea, I'd love to get to know you better! It sounds like we might have a lot in common right now!!