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The bazaar in our story is just one part of a great trading heritage. Bazaars sprung up all over Asia as a way to trade in the goods that made their way along The Silk Road.

These ‘Storytelling prompts’ come with keyword phrases from Ranjit's rainbow tigers and are the perfect accompaniment to your storytelling lessons. 

Our ‘Storytelling prompts’ come with keywords from Ranjit's rainbow tigers and are the perfect accompaniment to your storytelling lessons.

Our image-only ‘Storytelling prompts’ for Ranjit's rainbow tigers are the perfect accompaniment to your storytelling lessons.

Learn about the magnificent Indian temple, the Taj Mahal, and also the Indian art of zardosi embroidery.

This resource helps with problem solving and multiplication and addition skills.

The children must use their persuasive and thinking skills to make as many complete cards as they can.

Look at the story from different characters points of view – we look at Ranjit, Naani and Mrs Bannerjee. 

Discuss word choices and how a word can affect the mood of writing with these synonyms.

How much of Ranjit’s Rainbow Tigers has been remembered? 

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