Take a cardboard tube. This will be the tiger's body. Paint it in orange or orange-yellow. If you want a white tiger, you can paint it white. Let the paint dry and then paint on the tiger stripes in black or a very dark brown. Refer to photographs of tigers to see how the stripes are formed. The tiger's belly will be white.
If the cardboard tube is around 6 inches long, make the tiger's legs around 2.5 inches tall. To make the legs, cut a cardboard strip of 1 by 2.5 inches and fold it lengthwise into three folds. Join the open lengths together with glue so the cardboard strip now stands in a triangular tube form. Make three more legs this way. Let the glue dry and then color them with the same color used for the tiger body and add the tiger stripes. Then glue the tiger legs to the tiger body.
Now make the tiger head by cutting a cardboard circle. Make the circle larger than the tube hole. Cut two small circles and stick them on the larger circle to make the tiger's ears. When seen from the front you should see the ears only as half-circles.
Stick the google eyes on the large circle to make the tiger's eyes. Paint in the tiger's features. Again, refer to tiger photographs to see how a tiger's face looks like. Once the face is painted, stick the back of the circle to the hole rim of the tiger body tube.
Cut a smaller cardboard circle approximately the same size as the tube rim, paint it in tiger color and stripes and glue it to close the other end of the tube.
Make the tiger's tail by tight-rolling thin craft paper. Color it orange or yellow-orange and paint black rings at the end. Glue one end of the tail to the tiger's behind.
Stand up the tiger and add a bit more paint here and there if required. Your preschool craft tiger is ready to roar.