Children learn gross motor skills earlier than they develop their fine motor skills. Gross motor skills include activities like walking, information pills running, more about hopping. Fine motor skills refer to dexterity and covers skills such as writing, cutting, drawing.
It is beneficial if your child can learn to hold a pencil and write their name, no matter how primitive it looks. They also should practice skills like coloring within lines and cutting paper. These activities will enable your child to develop good hand control.
For Cutting practice, here are 3 worksheets to print.