We need a unique image for the Super C character. Remember to emphasize the letter C, but personify it any way you want as long as it makes you laugh, smile or think.
Create a comic strip of 6-8 frames. Start the story line with confused children in a classroom struggling to print. Super C comes to the rescue, carrying away all their sloppy, misshapen letters and burying them with a bulldozer. Next, he teaches them the trick. First make a c, then turn it into an... a, d, g, o, q or s. The children parade around with Super C on their shoulders. Lastly, he flies away.
The 6-8 frame comic should fit an standard sheet of paper in landscape mode.
We're looking for both the comic strip pictures and the individual pictures of Super C. We need the latter alone so we can drop him into other appropriate curricular pages. The action figure of Super C should have various facial expressions and seem to be moving, sitting, standing, flying, peeking out from behind a door, etc. These action figures can be up to 10 cm long. We'll wrap our text around them.
We especially need a single tightly formed picture that can be shrunk into a 9 mm X 6 mm space above the Super C letters on the Alphabet strips in the workbook. The same figure must enlarge to 1.5 cm X 1 cm for another teaching tool being developed.
Lastly, we need a removable 'c' that can overlay the actual letters.