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Features For Teachers – A Terrific Teeger Tea Party Events Pack

Posted on 24/01/2018 in Features for Teachers Scots Language

At Kelpies HQ we’re very excited to be joining in the 50th anniversary celebration of Judith Kerr’s The Tiger Who Came To Tea by publishing our own Scots translation! Translated by Scots language expert Susan Rennie, now Scots speakers and learners alike can rediscover this classic picture book with The Teeger that Cam for his Tea.

teeger tea party

To add to the celebrations we’ve put together an events pack so you can host your very own tea party wherever you are. Free and easy to download our pack includes:

  • terrific teeger mask
  • bunting
  • cupcake decorations
  • party game ideas
  • invites
  • food labels

So what are you waiting for? Click the button below to download your events pack. No time like the present to throw a terrific teeger tea party!

teeger tea party

You might also like our Where’s the Teeger’s Tail? worksheets, perfect for introducing the Scots words for different body parts. Click the image below to download:

Where's the Teeger's Tail? - Worksheet

Translated by Susan Rennie:

Translated by Susan Rennie

The Thistle Series by Mike Nicholson:

Thistle Series by Mike Nicholson


You might also like some of our other Features for Teachers:

Burns Night and Scots Language Week

Porridge the Tartan Cat

Highland Games


About the Book

Now celebrating its 50th roaring anniversary, The Tiger Who Came to Tea is available for the first time in Scots. Join Sophie and the teeger as the gowp hail plates o scones, pieces an shortbreid in ae muckle gollop!

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