Counting on one finger is the most natural things to do. All young children start to count. Using their fingers and the good things is, our fingers are always there to help us! The two hands, which each five fingers, form a very clear structure in which you recognize quantities at a glance. Children continue to use their fingers to help them, even when they are no longer supposed to, sometimes, hidden under the table. But when counting on the fingers is used as a standard for counting and developing an understanding of number concepts, it will have a positive result. And after a while they can count and understand numbers without using their fingers. The counting hands are supplied in a set of two hands, made of thick plywood. The hands can be put on a table or in the tray of a blackboard; like this exercise with the hands can be shown in the board. The fingers can be bent because of the elastic in the joints.