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This week our book focus is 'The tiger who came to tea'


Activity One

Listening and sharing a story


Listen to the story 'The tiger who came to tea'.

Talk about the events that happen in the story.

Ask questions who knocked on the door? what did the tiger eat? What happened when Sophie's dad got home?


Ask your child what animal would they like to knock on their door?

The tiger who came to tea

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Activity Two

Let's have a tea party


Create a little party/picnic area.  You could invite some of your soft toys.


How many plates will you need? 

How many cups will you need?


Could you pretend to be the tiger? Act out the events in the story.

Activity Three

Making a meal for the tiger


What do you think the tiger would like to eat and drink?

Could you draw or create a meal for a tiger?


Here are some ideas that you could try:


Activity Four

Making a pattern


The tiger has a stripy pattern in our book. 

Could you create a pattern?

What pattern have you have?


You can make patterns with colours, paper or natural materials.


Here are a few patterns you could try:



Activity Five

T is for Tiger


We have learnt the letter sound 't'.  The tiger begins with 'ttt'


Can you go on a hunt around your home or outside and find things that begin with the letter 'ttt'?


You can either draw pictures of things that you find or take a photograph of all the items that you have collected.


I would love to see what you find!


Here are a few ideas that you could find:




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