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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.
Listen as your teacher or classroom volunteer reads a story about flying dragons. Without looking at the illustrations, can you 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. Try to imagine friendly dragons, too. Would your dragon be large or small? Would it be growling or smiling?
Most dragons are shown with wings. What kinds of wings would your friendly dragon have? How high could it fly? Close your eyes, and imagine looking up at a laughing dragon, flying high above you.
Using Crayola® Crayons, draw a picture of your friendly, flying dragon on construction paper. Include details to show the land and sky around your dragon.
Use Crayola Washable Markers to add large areas of bold color and fine lines to your flying dragon drawing.
Write a story about your dragon’s adventures. Where does it fly? What does it do there? Who does it meet? Display your drawing and story together, to share with your friends.
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