It’s a Tiger! | Read Aloud and Craft

"Wait a minute. That looks like…” See what happens in our story and then make your own popsicle tiger with us!
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“We’ll start in the jungle where the tall trees grow and the monkeys swing from vine to vine. Wait a minute. That’s not a monkey. That looks like…”

See what happens in our story!

Read It’s a Tiger with Kim!


Make a Popsicle Stick Tiger with Us!

What You’ll Need

  • Three Popsicle Sticks
  • Orange Construction Paper (or any color you’d like!)
  • Crayons
  • Pencil
  • Craft Glue
  • Safety Scissors
  • Tape


What To Do

  1. Color in your three popsicle sticks. You can use any colors you’d like – just make sure to draw your tiger’s stripes!
  2. Using your craft glue (a glue stick may not be strong enough), glue your three popsicle sticks together, forming a triangle.
  3. Trace a triangle the size of your popsicle stick triangle on your paper. Then draw two smaller triangles.
  4. Cut out all three triangles.
    If you don’t have safety scissors, ask a grownup for help! 
  5. Draw a face on your triangle and then draw a smaller triangle in each of the two smaller triangles to create the inner ears.
  6. Glue your face onto the back of the popsicle stick triangle.
  7. Glue your ears to the top of your triangle.

And now you have your tiger!


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