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Imagine if dragons could fly! Children spread their creative wings as they design friendly paper dragons and write about their adventures.
Read a story about flying dragons to the class. Don't show the children any pictures of the illustrations. Ask students if they can imagine what such a dragon would look like?
Dragons are often portrayed in Western folklore as frightening, fire-breathing creatures. Chinese dragons typically are less fearsome. Ask students if their dragons would be large or small? Friendly or Mean? Growling or Smiling?
Using Crayola® Crayons, students draw a picture of a friendly, flying dragon on construction paper. Include details to show the land and sky around the dragon.
Use Crayola Washable Markers to add large areas of bold color and fine lines to the flying dragon drawing.
Students write a story about their dragon’s adventures. Where does it fly? What does it do there? Who does it meet? Display the drawing and story together in the classroom.
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