I have been working on some new printables to cut out with scissors and paste together. It is time to get into the winter and holiday spirit, so here is my gingerbread man. First is the finished product. Here is the template to color and cut. Here is the PDF file to print out.
I have created more scissor cutting designs. Have the client color it in, cut out the shapes and glue it all together. Here is a car design. Here is the link to the PDF finished sample. here is the PDF for the cut out template.
Start with drawing a tree trunk and some bare branches. You can do this beforehand, or you can have the client do this. You then need to have little squares of tissue paper cut. We used green, but you could use fall colors, or be creative with colors. The next step is to roll or
I found this craft kit at Joann’s, but it would be so easy to do it from just things you have around your house. It is a piece of styrofoam with a picture of a flower drawn on it. I am definitely going to keep styrofoam packaging now instead of throwing it away. You then
I often as a basic skills task have my students draw flowers, color them and then cut them out. It is a task that I can have most of my kids in therapy do and then modify it for difficulty and change things if I want to work on one specific thing. Sometimes it can