What’s in a kit?
- 19 activities across TigerKubz’s six core subjects thoughtfully designed and toddler-tested on durable materials that are easy to manipulate for little hands.
- Materials so you can jump right into an activity, such as a wet-erase marker, clothespin for clipping activities, arts and crafts supplies (construction paper, cotton balls, tissue paper) for projects.
- A comprehensive TigerParentz Guide to provide guidance on how to make the most of the kit, discussion questions to promote active reading, and an overview of each activity. Each activity overview has information about the targeted skill development and different ways to modify activities based on your child’s skill level.
- A portable, waterproof folder to store all the activities so you can take it with you anywhere.
- Hours of fun, engaging, activities to stimulate your child’s mind.
The Runaway Bunny storybook-based learning kit is a fun and engaging educational extension based on themes from the story. The kit is designed to immerse young children in math, literacy, social studies, science, fine and gross motor skills, and brain boosting activities. Help your child gain a deeper understanding of words, themes, and concepts found in the book that may be easily glossed over during a normal reading session.
At the early childhood level, learning should be interactive and discoverable using manipulatives, rather than rote memorization and workbooks.
The TigerKubz curriculum was created with three goals in mind:
- Equip you with skill-building activities you’ll find in preschools and structured homeschooling programs, modified for home use that works around you and your child’s schedule.
- Provide you with ready-to-use educational activities, with no prep-work involved and all materials provided. Perfect for busy parents and families on the go.
- Engage in activities that progress with your child so you can be involved and watch them bloom at every stage of development.
Overview of Subjects
- Math – Develop early foundational math skills, such as number sense, shapes, spatial reasoning, numerical recognition, and counting.
- Literacy – Promote early literacy skills through activities such as letter recognition projects, vocabulary building picture-to-word exercises, and rhyming games.
- Science – Sets the foundation for basic science concepts, such as colors, the five senses, weather, and the circle of life.
- Social Studies – Promote a better understanding of the world and how your child fits into the overall community.
- Fine and Gross Motor Skills – Creative activities to promote movement of the smaller muscle groups in a child’s hands, fingers, and wrists through material manipulation, such as gripping, cutting, gluing, folding, coloring, and tracing and skills that require whole-body movement.
- Brain Boosters – Activities promoting critical thinking through reasoning and creativity.