If anyone wants to read the book My cat likes to hide in boxes here is a PPT I made of the story, and some worksheets. Since winning the prestigious Esther Glen Award with Eve Sutton in 1975 for My Cat Likes to Hide in Boxes, Lynley has written more than thirty picture books. MY CAT LIKES TO HIDE IN BOXES, Eve Sutton, Lynley Dodd, Puffin, 1973. Bon niveau.
This is simply a counting (feet) book and my all time favourite. When they don’t look like they are growing he loses interest. This would make a super PowerPoint decision tree type presentation for children to use in a suite or on individual notebooks computers. My Cat Likes to Hide in Boxes Published by Puffin Currently available from online and high street retailers Most Early Years or Key Stage 1 classrooms have a copy of this book. This PowerPoint 2010 Slide Transitions tutorial investigates PowerPoint 2010’s full slide transitions and content-only transitions. It sounds like your music may be stopping the slides transitioning, but just to check, you need to make sure that all clicks are removed from the Animation Pane that appears on the right hand side of the slide (accessed through the Animations tab) and that the Advance Slide On Mouse Click option box is deselected (which is accesed through the Transitions tab). My powerpoint (not sure which version) will not show me the transitions at all. Hi Cat, glad you solved your issue! Brings to mind Lynley Dodd’s first book ‘My Cat Likes to Hide in Boxes’.