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Cutting out snowflakes is a winter tradition. Some clients will be able to cut them out with just a demonstration of how to fold and cut the shapes, but for younger clients, you can draw the shapes onto the paper and have them cut out the shapes.

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These work best when the paper is folded several times into a triangle. Cut shapes and pieces out of the sides, but don’t cut off all of the sides. Folding the paper uses visual motor skills.

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  • Blank paper
  • Scissors


  • Scissor cutting
  • Paper folding
  • Visual motor skills
  • Bimanual skills

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Tonya is a pediatric Occupational Therapist, and loves creating things to work on skills and solve problems.

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