You will need:
- Paper plates
- Black paper & orange or white paper
- Green & white paper if you want to stick on eyes
- Black pen or crayon
- Orange paint or crayons
Paint the backs of plates with orange paint, leaving an area of white as tigers tend to have white chins. If you don’t have paint (or enough time for it to dry) you could try orange crayon instead.
Cut out shapes of ears in two colours, one smaller than the other. I used black and orange, but you could use black and white. Or orange and white.
Cut out thin black triangles to be the stripes, and black nose shapes.
If you are sticking on eyes, cut out green circles and white ovals.
Cut some lengths of wool to make whiskers.
The children should glue on all the bits, and draw on a mouth and the pupils of the eyes. The ears are stuck to the back of the plate.
Then do lots of roaring!