I like to work on many skills within the same activity, and these folded flowers definitely do that. I discovered these via pinterest, and they are originally on Whimsical World of Laura Bird. I often have kids that need to work on writing small enough to fit into a specified space, such as writing answers
I found a blog post about printing out a skeleton onto magnet paper and then putting it together onto a magnetic door. Here is a cute Skelly the Skeleton from the toymaker.com, to print out and use in Halloween activities. I think that I may print it out and have the kids cut it out
With higher level kids, I look for activities that will challenge them mentally as well as physically. Paper folding can be challenging visual-perceptually as well as the difficulty with fine motor and manipulating the paper in the right way. A cute website that has different toy patterns to print, cut, and fold out of paper
I did this activity on Monday. I used the christmas tree cutting template that I made. We cut out the shapes and glued them in place on one side of a piece of paper. On the other side of the paper, I made lines to write on. This is the base paper that I like
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.