What a time saver, a whole collection of scissor activities for training, in one place. Over 60 pages of reproducible cutting exercises can be found in the 90 page spiral bound book. Written by two pediatric occupational therapists, the book reviews the impact of sitting posture, shoulder stability, arm and wrist control, fine motor skills, visual perceptual skills and bilateral integration on the development of scissor skills. Also reviewed is proper holding, the steps toward scissor skill development, working with the left-handed child and pre-scissor skill activities. After all this, you get pages of activity sheets for cutting straight lines, lines with one and then more than one directional change. Curved lines and circles come next. After the exercise sheets there are simple project outlines to reinforce the skills practiced on the exercise sheets.