Here's another of our colourful, easy-to-print posters to help make learning the alphabet fun. T is for tiger...
Lots NEW! We've got lots of great tiger printables for your projects at home or at school, whether you are looking for help with your tiger crafts, a poster for the wall, or enjoying our "how to draw a tiger" drawing tutorial! Many of them are particularly fun for Year of the Tiger, too.
Kids can have fun with this tiger printable. Add face, stripes and a tail to make the picture complete, then colour it in!
Kids will need to use their concentration skills to complete this picture of a tiger, by copying the parts that are missing from the full picture on the right. It'll be quite tricky to draw the missing stripes in the correct place!
Kids will enjoy these printable step by step instructions on how to draw a cartoon tiger. They make it easy for anyone to put together a great drawing just by joining simple shapes together - a fun way to learn to draw!
The Tyger by William Blake has been one of our favourite poems since childhood. As it was written in 1794 its language is a little difficult for children to understand these days, but it is worth persevering.
Our fun printable jigsaws for kids require a little cutting out, but they can be varied for all ages and slipped into an envelope or bag to be transported to wherever you need something to keep the kids busy for a moment or two! This tiger jigsaw is fun for kids of all ages...
We have two of our printable jigsaws with tiger illustrations - this being the most suitable for younger children. You can adapt the jigsaw for all ages, using our jigsaw instructions and cutting guides.
Here's a fun tiger lacing or sewing card for little kids - just print, cut out and punch holes round the edge!
This tiger lacing card is aimed at younger children, with its simple outline for simple lacing! It takes moments to prepare and is great for fine motor skills, concentration etc.
This cheerful tiger poster would be great on the wall of a nursery or children's room, displayed for Chinese New Year or just up because of it's gorgeous smile!
Let the kids take charge of their tiger project with this fun chart of activity suggestions. Can they colour in a line - or even complete the whole chart?
Print out this gorgeous tiger scrapbook paper for crafty jungle-themed projects, or perhaps for Year of the Tiger 2022. Simply folding it in half would make a stunning card for a child born in Year of the Tiger, or you could use it to wrap up a small gift, too.
Useful in all sorts of ways for tiger crafts or African layouts, just print this tiger skin design using the link below.
Here's a prowling tiger template in a variety of sizes, perfect for an India or zoo theme. Use if for crafts, as a tracing outline or, with the larger sizes, as a writing frame.
Write your to do list and memory joggers on this cute little tiger's tummy! You could cut him out and laminate him first and then use a dry wipe pen, so that you can use him over again.
Here's a useful writing page for a tiger story or some tiger research - available in colour and black and white versions.
We've got three versions of our tiger writing paper for you to print: one blank with a frame for younger children, one with handwriting lines, and one with smaller lines for older kids.
This beautiful colouring card featuring two tigers is quite detailed. Children can take their time colouring in the picture, which makes it extra special for the lucky person receiving the card!
Lots of people love big cats like tigers, so make their day special by giving them this lovely greetings card. Simply print (preferably using the borderless settings on your printer), fold and write a message inside.
Kids can colour in the tiger scene on this adorable colouring card and give it to someone special for a birthday or any other occasion!