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The Tiger Who Came to Tea is a short children's story, written and illustrated by Judith Kerr. The story concerns a girl called Sophie, her mother, and an tiger who interrupts their afternoon tea. Using Makaton with The Tiger Who Came to Tea has all the Makaton symbols and signs you need to help enjoyment and understanding of this classic children's book.
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Makaton symbols for afternoon tea, beer, biscuit, café, cake, chips, coat, daddy, door, eat, fridge, girl, grocer's boy, ice cream, kitchen, milk, mummy, sandwich, sausages, shop, tiger, and water.