There are 8 A4 slides, each representing different skills and appropriate for different ages or differently-skilled children. The characters, objects, and the storyline are taken from my Early Childhood Development Project: Little Pip's World
These particular materials are meant to enhance children's language, logical, reading, and pre-writing skills, and can be used for multiple purposes.
Slide 1: Trace Pip's route up and down the table when he is running away from the dog. To make it more advanced, you can set a time limit, using an hourglass.
You can say: "Help Pip go up! Great, he is safe on the table. Now he can go down to play." Then train the kitten to jump up and down to keep fit.
Slides 2, 4, 8: These 3 big lotto fields comprise 30 pictures and matching words in total. They can be used for identifying / collecting pictures or as a reading game with multiple options. These fields go together with 30 small cards (our next product)
Slide 3: Another tracing worksheet, where a child needs to help Pip get the cookie.
Slide 5: Help Pip find... tracing Game. To play the game you first need to take 7 cards from the 30 small cards: a cookie, a red cup, a blue ball, a blue cup, a milk plate, a red ball, and a red drum. (See the rules in a pdf "lesson" plan)
Slide 6: Escape the Dog Tracing Game. This game can be played differently according to the age and skills of your kids. (See more in the "lesson" plan)
Slide 7: Where are my things? This sorting game uses small cards for Pip and big cards for Mommy Cat (they are sold as separate products)