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The Implicit Contribution of Fine Motor Skills to Mathematical Insight in Early Childhood

Fischer, Ursula ; Suggate, Sebastian P. ; Stoeger, Heidrun


Understanding number magnitude is an important prerequisite for children's mathematical development. One early experience that contributes to this understanding is the common practice of finger counting. Recent research suggested that through repeated finger counting, children internalize their fingers as representations of number magnitude. Furthermore, finger counting habits have been proposed ...


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