Transform a winter glove into a counting machine with this simple and fun craft. Have fun searching for the perfect little objects to put on your glove. Your young one will love putting this glove on and counting the number of objects to learn the numbers one through ten. Counting on your fingers has never been so much fun!

What you'll need:

  • 1 glove
  • Hot glue
  • Fabric marker
  • Found objects (examples: beads, buttons, dried macaroni, bits of ribbons)
How to make your counting glove:
  • Find small objects to represent the numbers one through ten. (see photos for ideas)
  • Take your found object to represent one and glue it on the thumb of the glove. Write the number "1" on the finger of the glove. (see photos)
  • Take your found objects that represent the number two and glue them on the pointer finger of the glove. Write the number "2" on the glove. (see photos)
  • Continue gluing the objects for numbers three through five on the glove, making sure to write the corresponding number on the finger of the glove. (see photos)
  • Once the glue dries, turn the glove over and glue the objects for numbers six through ten, starting with the number six on the pinky finger. (see photos)
  • Once all objects are glued on and the numbers are written on the corresponding fingers, your Finger Counting Fun glove is complete!
  • Start wiggling those fingers and counting the objects!
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