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It’s a Tiger!

It's a Tiger Book

David LaRochelle’s It’s a Tiger! makes the kids yell and laugh. Of course, I ham it up a bit. I wanted to make a craft to accompany the story: Its a Tiger craft.

  1. Copy the first page on white paper and cut a slit in the flower patch.
  2. Copy page two on orange paper (one page makes four crafts).
  3. Cut out the tigers and glue onto craft sticks to make a pop up surprise!

Its a Tiger Craft Photo

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This entry was posted on February 28, 2014 by in Crafts, Interactive stories, Saturday Share and tagged , , .

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