5 Home Learning Ideas for World Tiger Day by Sarah Seaman
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Have a go at making a tiger face using face paints.
• Look at WWF – how about adopting a tiger?
Head to their site WWF and look at all of their options. The packs provided offer you a lot more than just an adption but are very educational and can really high liht to your child the way we can protect these fabulous animals.
• Read ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’. Try having a cup of tea, or even a tea party, for family and friends.
This is a muddy favourite at HQ. This book last forever and takes the stigma away of Tigers being scary and gives them human qualities.
• Research and find some tiger facts.
There is so much online to find. So ‘google’ away. The National Geographic is a great one for quality and educational resources. Check their magazine out too.
• Have some water play fun using mugs, cups and teapots. Fruit teabags are fun to add to water.
Have a tiger tea party. Have a look around your house if you can not find a teddy bear tiger, make one out from cardboard. So much muddy fun to be had while raising awareness.
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