This free printable “lucky” cut and paste worksheet is a fun way for pre-k and Kindergarten students to practice their letter matching and fine motor skills. I hope your little learner enjoys it!
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Materials needed for cut and paste worksheets
If you’re familiar with using cut and paste worksheets and want to skip ahead, click here to go to the download area.
You can make these pages reusable by laminating the sheet and placing a hook and loop dot (such as Velcro brand dots) on the back of each tile and corresponding square.
We use these blunt-tipped Fiskars scissors. Instead of a glue stick, I prefer to prepare a small cup of glue with a paint brush. It provides fantastic fine motor practice and bottles of white glue are generally less expensive than glue sticks. (Plus glue sticks get gummed up and don’t always work well).
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To use the worksheet, your child cuts out the letter tiles with dotted lines and pastes them over the appropriate letter tile at the top of the page. It’s easies for kids to cut out the letter tiles if they start by cutting off the entire bottom section along the dotted line.
In addition to a space to cut and paste the letters of “lucky,” this page also has some cute St. Patrick’s Day images to color including a St. Patrick’s Day gnome, a horseshoe, a heart, and a shamrock.
Lucky cut and paste worksheet PDF download
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I hope your children or students enjoy this cut and paste worksheet for March! Be sure to check out these additional free printables for March and St. Patrick’s Day Day while you’re here: