Hand actions set to a song or other recital, finger plays help develop understanding, dexterity, and graphic sense in children. This Victorian classic features 18 finger plays for ages one to eight that teach counting, nature lore, and home activities. Includes "The Little Men," "All for Baby," "A Li... read more
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Hand actions set to a song or other recital, finger plays help develop understanding, dexterity, and graphic sense in children. This Victorian classic features 18 finger plays for ages one to eight that teach counting, nature lore, and home activities. Includes "The Little Men," "All for Baby," "A Little Boy's Walk," and more. 53 illustrations.
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