We have produced this book to help your left-handed child with using scissors and cutting out shapes properly. Scissors are the item most commonly referred to as difficult to use by left-handers, and they are a perfect example of a totally right-handed design, which becomes extremely inefficient and uncomfortable when used in the left hand. Imagine the frustration of being the only child in class who cannot cut out the card shapes because the paper or card keeps tearing and you cannot seem to cut neatly along a line however hard you try! By using a pair of proper left-handed scissors, following the basic guidance given here and a bit of practice this need never be a problem again.
This is a download document, NOT a physical book that will be posted to you. Once you complete your payment you will be sent a link by email that will allow you to download the document as an Adobe PDF file (see note below) and you can then print the document and the practice sheets as often as you want on your own printer.
This product DOES NOT include a pair of left-handed scissors
If you have not got any left-handed scissors yet, You can see our full range here.
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These are the pages inside the book and it is supplied as an Adobe PDF file with full printing rights - you could be having fun using it with your child within minutes!
Don't miss out on the advice and tips on left-handed cutting that will get your child off to a great start and keep them on track as they move on to more complex projects.
PDF Format / Adobe reader
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It is the small things you do to help your child while they
are young that will make a big difference as they get older.
Simple, effective, brilliant! Currently using these with my 5 year old son who is very artistic. He used to freak out when he couldn't cut his 'latest masterpiece' out and was having real difficulty at school too. However, supply the right tools and guides... should be made compulsory at schools with left handed pupils. (01/12/2010) Stuart Dalgleish - Cambridgeshire
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