Application of the Kofh Educational Universal-on-the-hands to Hebrew Grammar

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The illustrations on this page are intended as guides for educators.
Those who might adapt them as the basis for lessons plans would conceivably utilize them in a literal "Hands-On" series of individual learning experiences centered around traditional instructional content fo reach graphic.
This, then, represents a series of lessons on the topic. 

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The letters on the palm are the beginning of the Hebrew Alphabet, reading from the index metacarpal towards the thumb phalanges.
These letters also represent the numbers 1-7.

On the clenched fist 8, 9, and 10 are shown.

On the fingers, one letter on each digit also represent the numbers 20 through 100, plus 200, 300, and 400.

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