Amanda says, “When it comes to scissors in this house, we allow everyone to use them, but the little ones need extra help. Finding just the right pair of scissors to teach with is hard to find. However, we found just what we needed with the My First Scissors.” Read the rest of her review at Hopkins Homeschool.
MaryAnne says, “Anna’s cutting skills took a huge leap this summer after Timberdoodle sent us My First Scissors. These scissors are unique, because children hold them from the outside and they spring open on their own between cuts. This allows even beginning cutters to have a lot of control and precision.” Read the rest of her review at Mama Smiles.
Cathy says, “The design of My First Scissors, makes it so easy to pick up and already have them in the right position in their little hands. There is no need to worry about putting their thumb in a little hole to be able to use the scissors, which makes it so much easier to start using!” Read the rest of her review at Growing in God’s Grace.
Melissa says, “I was a little skeptical of an ergonomic design scissors. One of Levi’s strengths is using a traditional style scissors. He’s been fascinated with cutting paper for a couple of years now and I wondered how he’d handle this strange looking cutting apparatus. I needn’t have worried. He handled them like a pro. The ergonomic design was very natural to him.” Read the rest of her review at Reflections from Drywood Creek.
Erika says, “My First Scissors are excellent for routine paper cutting, learning directional cutting (how to cut on a dotted line), and cutting fun stuff like plastic straws or even weeds in the garden! My kids love to cut and I love that I can let them do so safely with these scissors!” Read the rest of her review at Pray Species.
Tawnee says, “Learning to cut paper and handle scissors is something every preschooler must learn. The skill of cutting works on hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills, which are important for development. We recently had the opportunity to give My First Scissors a try, along with a fun, cutting exercise books from Kumon called Let’s Cut Paper.” Read the rest of her review at Adventures in Homeschooling.
Love says, “I would highly recommend Kumon Book and Kids Safety Scissors to my best friend! It is an exciting activity where toddlers can learn how to cut and hold scissors.” Read more at Munchkin Time.
Brittney says, “My First Scissors are made by Faber-Castell, and are suggested for ages 4+ but Eleanor (3) had no trouble using them. Well, it took her a minute to figure out how to hold them, but only because she’s already played around with traditional scissors and was trying to put her fingers through the loop. Once I showed her how to grasp them, she was off! “Kumon Let’s Cut Paper books are so cute! They are geared for ages 2+ and I think 2-4 yrs is the ideal age range with the graphics, but the activities are certainly appropriate […]