Monday, July 20, 2009

Hand cards are up!

I've sorted my account & uploaded the 'Hand' 3-part-cards so that I can share them with you!

They are black & white outlines so when you print them you hand colour the corresponding part of the hand (I coloured ours in a pale pink). There are 10 cards in total (the ones above plus: wrist & knuckles) plus a single card with just the word 'hand'.

If you haven't made them before - you make them into 3-part-cards by printing 2 sets of the cards & keeping one set as whole image/word cards & separating the word label from the image card with the second set. Please let me know if that doesn't make sense! ;)

The set I made for myself is cursive & you can download it here, but I also made a print set which you can download here.


{Please leave me a comment to let me know if you download the cards &, of course, I just ask that you don't use them for commercial reasons :}

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  1. I just downloaded the print set! They are lovely. Thank you ever so much.

  2. I also just downloaded the print set. Thank you so much!

  3. Thank you so much! The cards are beautiful!

  4. Thanks for these gorgeous cards. :)

  5. The cards look beautiful, thanks for sharing them :) :) :)

  6. Thank you for allowing me to download your work.

  7. These are wonderful! Have you posted about these before? Would you link me to it if you have. I would love to see what you did with them. (I think I already did, but I am forgetting at the moment.)

    Thanks Amber!


  8. Oh, I'm so glad you all like them :)

    Val - I made mention of the hand cards & making a pouch here:

    and some hand activities here:

  9. Downloading now- they are beautiful and it's so wonderful to see someone else who's also using the NCM curriculum. I have 5 and 3 yr old boys (and a 1 yr old girl and one on the way!)

  10. Thanks for these. I have been on the lookout for 3 part card downloads.

  11. Thank you for letting me download these cards. I am very excited to put this work on my shelves.

  12. This was a wonderful find. I used photoshop to shade the appropriate areas. Thank you for posting.


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