After our wild animal play last week, one of the girls brought in a book she had borrowed from the library – ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’. As a result, we’ve enjoyed a few activities that link with the story…
Small World Safari Park
Anyone for Tea?
The children absolutely loved my wooden cakes & biscuits! They have numbers on the bottom of them – handy for sneaking in a bit of number recognition 😉
Counting, Number Recognition and Repeating Patterns
Counting and Very Simple Addition
Weaving & Threading at the Finger Gym
– with tiger colours…
Play Dough Tea Party
Well, coffee extract really…
Fruit Tea Bags
Spooning Loose Tea & Coffee
Transferring Suger Lumps
Thank you, Natalie (@), for my gorgeous tongs! 😉
Patterns in Shaving Foam
The intention was to make tiger-like patterns in the foam, but what actually happened was that they had a great time mixing it altogether…
Coffee, Tea & Sugar
This was a lovely sensory experience & was very popular…
We took the shaving foam outside with the sugar, tea & coffee mix to ‘cook’ with…
Small World Mirror Play Outdoors
We loved exploring the reflections in the mirror!
Loose tea & mark making pattern cards.
Thanks for reading!
Would love you to come & say hello! 🙂
– Rachel (“,)