Let's Cut Paper!
  • Let's Cut Paper!
  • Let's Cut Paper!
  • Let's Cut Paper!
  • Let's Cut Paper!
ISBN: 1933241144
EAN13: 9781933241142
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 1, 2005
Pages: 40
Dimensions: 0.3" H x 8.1" L x 5.7" W
Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Fun and stress-free
This book is much easier than that one, and at first glance it looks like it's going to be boring. But we found it actually as interesting because you can create toys that are fun to play with but not difficult to cut out, such as the sheep and butterfly cages. My First Book of Cutting ultimately moves to very complex shapes and repetitive, challenging cutting patterns that my son wanted to skip because they were too frustrating, but this one holds it fairly basic.
   couldn't live with out these books
My son loves his lessons with kumons books this one is more challenging but that's the point to let them learn, he's cut a straight line with my help and was sooo proud!
   but this little book is awesome! Each page is fun and a little craft ...
I am not usually that impressed with kids products, but this little book is awesome. Each page is a little craft activity. Some of the cuts are so intricate they include cutting and taping together to make something. He feels so accomplished and proud when he cuts, tapes and assembles a little craft all by himself! This is a great book for my children to read when they are ready.
   My grandchildren love these
This is great for those little hands who love to cut along the line and create things with their scissors. 4 year old LOVES it! Her little 2 year old brother is anxious to try them out after he masters the perfect to help those little hands learn how to cut along the line and create items with their scissors.
   . Ages 2 and up.
It's a good idea to know how to properly use a pair of scissors, especially if you're going to school. The workbook is intended for children who have never used scissors. Beginning students will learn how to hold and control a pair of scissors, and will advance from one simple stroke to cutting complicated and zig-zag lines and shapes. This is a great introduction to the world of Shopkins, ages 2 and up.
   Can't say enough good things about this book!
My 2, almost 3, year old was not even using scissors at all. This book was the perfect tool for her to learn how to cut. It starts assuming your kid has no experience and works its way up gradually. We did one page a day and it was the perfect pace for her to learn, and the paper quality was wonderful for cutting, Mr. Dhaliwal said. I'm excited to be using the other Kumon books.
   Tiny, very little cutting on page
These are very small, offering just a few cut lines per page. My 4 and almost 3 year old have zero interest in reading, but loved a lot of M and D cut and paste books.
   My toddler is loving it!
My daughter is asking to do all of the school things that her big sister does. This is a great way to offer her the experience without having to prep, Mr. Dhaliwal said. It is ready when she is. It's great to be back home, said Beckham. She likes the colorful pictures and is learning language and sound formation when we talk about what she sees, but also how to hold scissors and make them work for her. Recommend this product to your friends.
   Useful and beautiful colors
A very fun book, Simon says. After the kids cut the squares off, they paste them onto a larger piece of paper.
   Great little book!
Not your usual 8-1/2 book work, but it's great. We gave it to him as a present after his first day of pre-k and he loved it! He was so excited and could probably finish the entire book in one go.. he had already been introduced to cutting but now we upgraded his scissors and this book wasn't hard at all for him. There are just a handful of books left to sell. It's great to have a new book out, and I definitely recommend it to others. It's just that they call it quits."