My First Scissors review by Reflections from Drywood Creek

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.

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My First Scissors review by Adventures in Homeschooling

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.

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Preschool Scissors Training by Mom’s Heart

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 […]

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