I wouldn't use them to do intricate cutting for an origami project, but they do the job and are a good pair of small scissors that anyone from age 4 on up can handle easily.
I needed them the day that I received them and, since they were broken, I ran to WM and picked up another pair.
I bought them for my kindergarten class and will just be giving them away as they are not going to last all the wear-and-tear of 5-year-olds.
What I liked most about the scissors is how they seemed to fit really well in my kid’s hand and they cut very sufficiently.
These scissors are being put to good use in my classroom each day.
This says it works for both, but the whole reason to buy left handed scissors is where the blade is positioned.
These scissors have a blade that is a right handed blade position.
We bought two scissors for our left handed child - one for school and one for home use.
These are too stiff for a kid with poor fine motor skills.I bought a variety of safety scissors for my special needs child.
They are very stiff when opening.