Your child has seen enough tigers on books and TV. It’s time you make it more creative and thrilling for him/her. So how about taking a paper cup? Here’s a fun waste material craft tiger cup activity that will bring the wild into your home! Doing the activity, your child’s fine motor skills and creativity are enhanced. Moreover, he/she will be curious to know how a tiger is hiding in a cup! Grrr.. there’s a tiger growling inside your cup! Take a look.
How this activity will help your child:
- Enhance your child’s creativity and artistic skills
- Introduce your child to wild animals
- Keep your child away from the TV and smartphone
Materials You’ll Need:
- Paper Cup
- Poster Color
- Paint Brush
Instructions for Waste Material Craft Tiger In A Cup:
- Draw an outline of eyes, nose, mouth and neck.
- Colour the paper cup in orange.
- Paint the eyes, nose, mouth, and stripes using black paint.
- Colour the neck of the tiger with white paint.
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