One of the skills kindergarteners should have at least some experience with is using scissors. This not only helps with cutting, but also helps develop hand strength and coordination that can help with writing and fine motor skills. I have to admit, scissors haven't been common in my daughter's hand, which is surprising considering how often they are in my own hands. So I decided now was the time to get her going. I bought her a pair of pink round-tipped scissors and put together a few worksheets to give her some practice. The first worksheets I created were cutting mazes. Children are to cut through the maze without cutting on the black lines. So here are the round and square cutting mazes for you to download, print, and enjoy!