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Spotlight On: Counting Fingers Hand Book

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Need a few extra fingers to count with? These hand-sized books make perfect math manipulatives!

Each page is printed in fleshtone colors with foldable fingers to use as a math manipulative. Use the pages to practice numbering, writing out equations or for math journaling. Each book has a card stock front and back cover along with 10 pages and measures 4 x 4½ (10 x 11.5 cm). Fold down the fingers just like you would curl in your own fingers to represent numbers! For example, if you want to show the number 2 with your hand book, fold down the thumb, ring and pinkie fingers on one hand. You can also fold down all but the pointer fingers on two pages.

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Make math facts concrete by folding down fingers and writing the math facts on the palms!

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These books are also great for early learners! There are a lot of different ways to write out 4, so match the fingers with the words and symbols!

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Make a unique “All About Me” book with a numeracy theme! Start with a self portrait, and fill each page with numbered favorites.



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