World Book Day
To celebrate World Book Day this year I thought we would focus on the story
‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ By Judith Kerr
If you do not have this book you can find an interactive copy on YouTube. Encourage your child to listen carefully to the story, talk about the story once it has finished to see if your child can recall what happened.
Please, continue to read this story throughout the week and join us with some fun Tiger themed activities!
http://worldbookday.com – Has lots of stories and resources for you to use.
This is where some of our activities have come from.
~ Draw a picture of your own Tiger tea party on this bordered paper. (link below)
Tiger Tea page border
~ Use the word mat to notice familiar pictures/words from the book. See if your child can retell the stories using the word mat to prompt them. (link below)
Tiger Tea Word Mat
~ If the Tiger ate everything out of your house, what would you buy? (link below)
Draw your food on the shopping list
~ Have your very own tea party – invite some of your soft toys along
Take photos for us to see!
~ What was your favourite part of the story?
Parents if you could write down their favourite part and send it across via Dojo
~ Lastly, ‘If a teacher came for tea’ – if myself or Fran came for tea what would you feed us! Draw our feast on the plates (link below)
If a Teacher came for Tea
We hope you will join us and enjoy the story ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’. Let us see what you have been up to on Dojo, we look forward to seeing it.