Tiger Facts: Lesson for Kids

Instructor: Mary Grace Miller

Mary Grace has taught first grade for 8 years and has a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and is licensed in ESL.

Have you ever been curious about tigers? Do you wonder where they live or what they eat? This lesson will answer all of these questions and teach you lots more facts about tigers!

What Are Tigers?

Tony the Tiger has retired from his career of advertising for Frosted Flakes. Since he retired, he has been a little bit bored! He decides to write a book about tigers to teach kids all about them! Keep reading to see the beginnings of his book and to learn lots of facts about tigers!

an orange tiger with black stripes

Tigers are a type of animal called a wildcat. Wildcats are in the same family as regular pet cats, but they live in the wild and are much bigger than pet cats. They can be up to 9 feet long!

Most tigers have orange fur with black stripes, but tigers can be lots of different colors and patterns. Every tiger in the world looks different; they all have different stripes and patterns, just like zebras! There are six types of tigers: Bengal tigers, Siberian tigers, Sumatran tigers, Malayan tigers, Indochinese tigers, and South China tigers.

Where Do Tigers Live?

a tiger in the water
tiger water

Tigers live in the continent of Asia in tropical rain forests, cold forests, or in mountains. They are some of the only cats that like to be in the water! Tigers like to swim and can be found cooling off in a pond or a stream.

Tigers used to live in more places in Asia, but recently have become endangered. Endangered means that they are at risk of dying off because of hunting and loss of their habitat. It's important to protect tigers so they can continue to live and be safe!

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