The Tiger Cloud Kit (6-11 year olds)
- 6+ year olds
Cancer Care Pathway People
A paper-chain cut-out showing all the different types of healthcare professionals who look after people with cancer.
What is Cancer? Book
A book covering the basics of cell biology and cancer growth together with a guide to the main treatments, scans, and tests given to a cancer patient, as well as common side-effects associated with treatment. It includes photos of equipment and various other items found in a hospital.
A template to inform the school about a parent who has been diagnosed with cancer.
Calendar with Monthly Insets and Stickers
A calendar with stickers that can highlight treatment days, as well as family days together, or regular school events.
The Feelings Tree
A free standing tree with 90 emotion ‘leaves’ to stick on the branches.
A guide to understanding the changes in feelings and relationships that can be experienced when a parent has cancer. It explains each tool and suggests ways to use them.
A guide to help a parent support a child aged between 6-11 yrs affected by parental cancer. Explains each tool and provides suggestions on how to use them.
Different suggestions for ways to improve communication within a family.
Comic Story Book
A story about a boy accompanying his mum to her chemotherapy appointment.
How Can I Help? Magnets
Magnets with age-appropriate tasks written on them that children can complete around the house.
What Am I Good At?
A way to celebrate different talents a child may have.
Creative Story Book
A book for a child to use to draw in, or write a story using the prompts written inside.
Stones with painted images on them.
Models showing both normal cell growth and abnormal cell growth (cancer).
Deck of Question Cards
A deck of 52 cards with a different question (with answer) about cancer, feelings, or lifestyle changes on each card.
Eight magnetic sticks to segment the course of time cancer treatment is given.
A cardboard box for children to construct, where they can post their worries and concerns.
Colouring and Puzzles
A list of games for the family to play that require little physical energy.
A place to pin ideas of fun experiences for the family to do in the future.
Card Making Kit
Blank cards and envelopes to create messages.
Apollo the Tiger
A small soft tiger in a box.
Three healthcare professionals painted on giant lolly sticks. Includes blank ones for children to draw on.
Treatment Board Game
A game that explores what happens when a person is treated for cancer.
A creative way for a child to share their worries and fears.
Daily Time Table Magnets
Magnets that help divide up the day from morning until bedtime. Includes blank magnets to write on.
A map of the many organs and tissues we have in our body, to show where a cancer tumour is located.