This free printable September cut and glue worksheet is a great way to practice fine motor skills and letter recognition. It can be used with both preschool and kindergarten students and is in printer-friendly black and white. I hope you and your young learners enjoy this cut and glue worksheet!
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If you love finding free printable worksheets for early learners, you’ve come to the right place! There are many free printables for early learners here on The Artisan Life. Here are a few of the most popular free worksheets for learning fun during this fall season:
Benefits of cut and paste printables
Cut and paste worksheets like this help develop a variety of important skills, including:
- Scissor skills
- Fine motor skills
- Hand strength and coordination
- Visual perception
- Spatial awareness
- Hand-eye coordination
Cut and paste activities can be used as preschool worksheets or kindergarten worksheets. They’re also perfect for elementary students (and even older students) in occupational therapy or special education. This particular free printable cut and paste page is perfect for September lesson plans.
Materials needed to use free cut and paste worksheets
You don’t need much to use this fun cut and paste worksheet!
- Your free paste activity worksheet (look for the download link lower down in the post)
- Printer access and a sheet of paper
- Scissors (we use these small scissors)
- Glue stick or pot of glue with a paintbrush
- Pencils or crayons for coloring, optional
- Laminator and hook and loop dots or poster putty (optional)
I recommend using “regular” printer paper or white cardstock for this activity. Construction paper is not a good choice for this particular pasting activity since it needs to run through the printer.
Prepare the activity by laminating the sheet and cutting out the letter tiles at the bottom of the page. Place hook and loop dots on each tile and over each letter or give each student poster putty or play dough to adhere the letter tiles in place.
It can be difficult to see through the hook and loop dots, even if you use clear, so I recommend poster putty for this activity. Working with the poster putty provides a workout for hand muscles and fingers!
- Removable and reusable
- Ideal for temporary hanging and mounting photos, posters, notes, drawings and decorations up to 1 lb.
- Safe, easy alternative to nails, glues or staples
Using the page is simple. Your child or students cut out the letter tiles with dotted lines, then match them to the letters to spell “SEPTEMBER” and paste them in the correct order. It’s easy for you as an adult, but it can be quite the challenge for little learners!
This September worksheet is also a coloring page, so make sure to allow time for your students to color the fall themed images. Laminated pages can still be used for coloring. Learn more in this post with free printable dinosaur coloring pages.
Free printable September cut and glue worksheets download area
This free printable is licensed for personal use, including single classroom use. It is not licensed for commercial use or redistribution.
You are not licensed to give (or sell) the print outs or digital files to other adults for use with their students or children. Instead, please refer friends and colleagues to this post so they can download their own copy.
I hope you enjoy using this preschool cut and paste worksheet for September! Make sure to check out the links below for more free printables for fall: