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Review: Kumon Cutting

I wasn’t sure how to go about teaching how to use scissors but then I found Kumon Cutting books on Timberdoodle’s website. When I got them they were a set of 3 but now Timberdoodle has them as a set of 2. Each one starts off easy with just a couple straight line cuts and gradually gets more in-depth. They end with cutting out an entire picture; straight lines mixed with curved lines.


Our daughter loves getting the certificate once she finishes the book. She loves how fun the pictures are with lots of bright colors and adorable drawings. After finishing the first cutting book our daughter was proficient in the skill of cutting. Highly recommend these if you are looking for a way to teach using scissors in an exciting way.


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