Hand Hand Fingers Thumb
Hand Hand Fingers Thumb is the name of one of my favorite beginning reader books. My childhood choir teacher morphed the text by Al Perkins into a super fun chant, complete with hand motions, that she used to get us focused before rehearsal every week. It still works for me in my storytimes.
A fellow storyteller, Miss Laura, has been influenced by the book too. It inspired her to see what the children of Hoover can create with just their hands, hands, fingers, thumbs . . . and some fingerpaint. Want to show her what you can do? Then drop by the Kid Zone this Saturday, March 12, 2011 at 10:30 a.m. for Hand Hand Fingers Thumb, a morning of fingerpainting fun. But first, make sure you call 444-7833 to let us know you're coming. And make sure you wear your less-than-your-best clothes. Things could get messy!