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A new piece of work in the Toddler 2 classroom is cutting paper strips with small scissors.  This challenging work requires eye-hand coordination, hand strength and coordination of several fine motor skills.  This piece of work, which will often interest and absorb Toddlers for long periods of time, can be easily adapted for the home environment.  With a pair of child-appropriate scissors, a bowl and a supply of thin pieces of construction paper, many Toddlers will happily spend fifteen minutes or more carefully cutting the paper strips into pieces.  They find great satisfaction in this work, and the resulting pieces are later used to make collages and other art projects.

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