Where is Thumbkin?

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Recommend for: Cognitive, Baby, Toddler,

Categories: Baby Play,Sensory

Summary: “Where is Thumbkin?” is a lovely game to play with your baby. As well as being fun, it can assist in their sensory and language development.

  • You can draw little faces on your thumbs so they look like little people.
  • Finger puppets provide additional fun and amusement.
  • This game is best done while sitting on the floor facing your baby.


Where is Thumbkin, where is Thumbkin?
(start with both hands behind your back)
Here I am (bring one thumb to the front)
Here I am (bring the second thumb to the front)
How are you today sir? (Wiggle thumbs as if talking to one another)
Very well I thank you
Run away (put one thumb behind your back)
Run away (put the other thumb behind your back)

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