Fiskars for Kids Pointed-Tip
Recommended by teachers, trusted by moms and loved by kids, with a pointed-tip design for improved cutting control.
Our Pointed-tip Kids Scissors give kids the shiny, bright and smooth handle they love, plus a precision-tip design that improves cutting control. Teachers and moms love the antimicrobial protection that helps keep the handle odor-free and prevent deterioration. Like all of our Kids Scissors, our Pointed-tip Kids Scissors feature our innovative safety-edge blades for high-quality cutting with a safer blade angle, plus a larger finger loop and an ergonomic thumb loop to provide a natural, more comfortable fit for kids' fingers.
- Ideal for kids ages four and up
- #1 teacher recommended brand
- Innovative safety-edge blades feature a safer blade angle to protect kids while still cutting all classroom materials
- Pointed-tip blades offer improved detail cutting
- Larger finger loop and an ergonomic thumb loop provide a natural, more comfortable fit for kids' fingers
- Smooth, shiny pink handle was specifically requested by kids
- Antimicrobial handle protection inhibits the growth of bacterial odors and helps prevent product deterioration
- Accommodates right- and left-handed users
- Length: 5"
- Lifetime warranty
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