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Left Hand- Right Hand

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Left Hand- Right Hand

Two Cards- labels may be cut from image to make picture/label matching. (The child's hand is the control of error).

Used in conjunction with the lesson "Mapping the Hand" found in the Early Childhood Geography Manual and excerpted here:

Presentation 1:

  1. Hold up one hand with the fingers spread.
  2. Say, This is my hand. I am going to draw an outline or a map of my hand.
  3. Place one hand spread on a piece of paper.
  4. With the pencil, trace the outline of the hand.
  5. Place the pencil down; hold the paper up.
  6. Say, This is an outline or a map of my hand.
  7. Ask, Is this paper my hand?
  8. Say, This is a map of my hand; it is not my real hand.
  9. Place the other hand spread on a piece of paper.
  10. With the pencil, trace the outline of the hand.
  11. Place the pencil down; hold the paper up.
  12. Say, This is an outline or map of my other hand.
  13. Ask, Can this be a map of my other hand?
  14. Hold the paper up and attempt to place the hand on the map of the otherhand.
  15. Say, These two maps are different because they are maps of two different hands.
  16. If the children can read, and if they know the left hand from the righthand, distribute the right hand and left hand labels.
  17. Ask, Who has the right hand label?
  18. Place the right hand label next to the map of the right hand.
  19. Ask, Who has the left hand label?
  20. Place the left hand label next to the map of the left hand.
  21. Set up an individual activity in the classroom that allows the children tomake maps of their hands, labeling them if they are reading/writing.

Printed full color on heavy stock and laminated.

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