Running ladybird drawing uppercase alphabets

Running ladybird drawing uppercase alphabets
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This is a kit to be used for teaching the first graders and the Kg students how to write the upper case alphabets.
Each letter is animated by a ladybird that draws this letter.

Going from one point to another and then coloring the path is how the ladybird draws a letter. Walking along a line and jumping over a curve this ladybird shows how to draw this letter step by step. The first part of the letter has a green color, followed by red the second step, blue for the third, and rarely a forth step is needed with a yellow color of the path. The direction of drawing the path is shown by the movement of the ladybird, then repeated by the gradual coloring of this path in the same manner the ladybird has gone over it. Whenever the ladybird appears to start a step the sound of applause comes out, and when it finishes this path it disappears, just to reappear on the first point of the new step with a new applause. So it is color, sound and movement in this animated PowerPoint slide to draw each letter separately.
Each letter is found on a separate power point.
All the letters are in the upper case form.
How to use:
Show the presentation in the slideshow manner and the letter will appear as B&W blank image. Click the mouse and the animation will start. You can challenge the kids to guess how the ladybird will move before you play the animation.
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