Finger rhymes/play in preschool is hand action or movement combined with singing or spoken words to engage the child’s interest. Teachers use fingerplays to introduce rhymes to children and introduce new concepts. Preschool finger rhymes and songs are fun and can also help children develop gross & fine motor skills, improve memory, and gain social skills. Apart from these, kids tend to develop their language, muscular coordination and rhythmic proficiency. They also develop skills for playing musical instruments. Another benefit from this activity is auditory discrimination. Throughout this activity, kids gain self-confidence and have some fun too.