Popular Chocolate Bars That You Can’t Buy Anymore

sweet spot for chocolates | Tiger and Tim

We all have a sweet spot for chocolates. So here’s our tribute to all the chocolate bars that everyone sorely misses.

What do you call a tiger who loves chocolates? 

A Big Cat-bury’s!

Okay, okay… Not the best joke I’ve got. But we’ve got plenty more good ones from our other videos for kids and grown-ups!

Enchanted Chocolate Forest | learning videos for kids

Enough joking around for now because I’m here to tell everyone about our newest Tiger and Tim episode.  And it’s all about chocolates! Yummy! Just like our other learning videos for kids, our latest episode is full of fun trivia, riddles, and of course, a new story for Storytime – set in an Enchanted Chocolate Forest that is full of treats and surprises! 

But before you let your kids watch our new episode (and our other videos), let’s take a trip down memory lane first for some major throwback feels. So hop on our time machine and go back to a time where these delectable treats are still within our midst. 

  1. Cadbury Aztec

Cadbury Aztec | Tiger and Tim

For years, Cadbury’s Aztec fulfilled people’s cravings for the perfect mix of chocolate, caramel, and nougat. Sadly, kids will never taste this treat. But there are videos of old Aztec advertisements that you can watch (and drool over)!

  1. Mars Delight

Mars Delight | Tiger and Tim

What happens when you combine chocolate with caramel and a wafer in the middle? You get Mars Delight! People are still not over Mars Delight being discontinued in the market that there’s a petition for Mars to bring it back. This just shows that a good chocolate bar will never be forgotten. Kids, maybe we can try this one in the future? *paws crossed*

  1. Cadbury Fuse

Cadbury Fuse | Tiger and Tim

Eating chocolates while watching Tiger and Tim learning videos for kids is a great after-school treat. Sadly, Tiger Cubs won’t be getting Cadbury’s Fuse after it was discontinued in 2006.

  1. Cadbury Marble

Cadbury Marble | Tiger and Tim

Another beloved Cadbury’s bar is Marble. People of all ages can’t get enough of Marble’s delicious mix of white and milk chocolate and a hazelnut centre. Now that’s a heavenly delight, kids! I guess videos and photos of this beloved treat are all we are left with now.

  1. Mars White Maltesers

Mars White Maltesers | Tiger and Tim

In our newest Tiger and Tim learning video for kids, Tim said that white chocolate is not made of cocoa but cocoa butter. So here’s a white chocolate brand that is well-loved and missed by everyone!

Maltesers fans still have not forgotten about this milky white version of the beloved chocolate and honeycomb balls. 

  1. Mars Planets

Mars Planets | Tiger and Tim

Mars Planets and its variety of chocolate balls is another treat that has been sorely missed by many. Hopefully, Mars will revive this beloved chocolate treat soon!

  1. Cadbury Dream

Cadbury Dream | Tiger and Tim

There’s something about the simplicity of white chocolate that still makes everybody’s mouth water, and Cadbury’s Dream is no exception! Even if Cadbury’s already released newer versions of white chocolate bars, people still miss getting a bite of Dream.

  1. Cadbury Snowflake

Cadbury Snowflake | Tiger and Tim

One of our learning videos for kids was all about snow, so it’s just but fitting to have Cadbury Snowflake in this list. For years now, people have wanted to get their hands on the chocolate bar’s crumbly flaked white chocolate covered in smooth milky chocolate goodness. Yummy!

  1. Wispa Mint

Wispa Mint | Tiger and Tim

Everyone’s beloved mint chocolate is none other than Wispa Mint. Too bad kids today won’t be able to taste this mint chocolate goodness. Can you guys at least show us videos about this legendary chocolate bar for old time’s sake?

  1. Nestle Vice Versas

Nestle Vice Versas | Tiger and Tim

Vice Versas an iconic cinema snack that everyone just loved. The delicious milk or white chocolate filling and its crispy shell are still craved for today. 

That’s it! I hope I didn’t make you miss these chocolate bars too much! So give in to your sweet choco cravings with your Tiger Cubs by watching our latest chocolate episode and all our other learning videos for kids.

Talk to you again soon!

Tiger xoxoxo


Tips for Starting Primary School in 2021

primary school | Tiger and Tim

Starting primary school can be both exciting and scary for young Tiger Cubs. Here’s how grown-ups can help them get ready for school.

new academic year is about to begin | Tiger and Tim

Spring is almost up, and the new academic year is about to begin in a couple of weeks. I’m sure all the kids at home watching YouTube (Tiger and Tim, I hope!) or playing outdoors are very excited to go back to school! As for some Tiger Cubs, the new semester will be much more anticipated as they officially start primary school. 

Starting school is always fun for kids (old home videos and pictures will prove this!), and parents and grown-ups can make it even more special for them. The adults at home can help kids prepare for their first-ever big school experience in several ways.

Here’s how you can help your Tiger Cubs get ready for primary school.

  1. Support their independence

Support their independence | Tiger and Tim

Young Tiger Cubs love to assert their independence. Foster their desire to do things on their own through simple chores and tasks at home. Duties such as getting dressed, going to the toilet, eating, and even solving simple problems can teach kids a lot about themselves. Adults can show and model these behaviors for the young Tiger Cubs at home.

  1. Start with literacy and numeracy

Start with literacy and numeracy | Tiger and Tim

Kids who are just about to start school are not expected to have advanced literacy and numeracy skills. However, you can always get them started at home. Introducing them to numbers and simple words through funny educational videos or songs for kids is an excellent way for them to get started. You can also begin to help them recognise their name. If they are up to it, they can even learn how to spell and write their name. Drawing and colouring are also fun activities that can help them hone their fine motor skills.

  1. Help them build social skills

Help them build social skills | Tiger and Tim

Being in the classroom and learning with classmates is such an enjoyable environment for Tiger Cubs! You can help them improve their social skills to get them ready to interact with others through practising simple greetings. Initiating casual conversations with them is another fantastic way to build social skills. Through discussions, children can learn simple social rules such as taking turns when talking. Talk to them about things they like, such as their favourite YouTube Kids videos or their favourite characters from various kids’ shows.

  1. Practice learning to concentrate

Practice learning to concentrate | Tiger and Tim

The ability to concentrate for about 10 to 15 minutes is a valuable skill at school. Kids can learn practice at home through extended play using building kits and puzzles. In addition, time-tested games can help sharpen their focus. Grown-ups can also give kids simple tasks at home that would require them to follow a set of instructions to help practice their concentration. 

I practice my concentration skills whenever I watch funny videos for kids online (Nothing could distract me)! Or whenever Tim asks me to wait for the dinner to be ready!

  1. Make school exciting

Make school exciting | Tiger and Tim

Perhaps the simplest way to get Tiger Cubs ready for school is to get them excited about it! There are many ways grown-ups at home can make school exciting for the kids. First, Tiger Cubs can visit the school before classes start. Second, adults in the family can share memorable experiences they had in school. Third, Tiger Cubs can also help out preparing their school materials days before school opens. Lastly, kids and grown-ups can watch funny videos and movies for the whole family related to school to get them excited.

Starting school is always an exciting time for Tiger Cubs. Parents and grown-ups at home can make kids’ experiences more memorable by getting them well-prepped for the year ahead. It makes me wish there’s a tiger school somewhere!

That’s it, cool cats! Talk to you again soon!

Tiger xoxoxo