This is a Pet Dragon writing activity available FREE on Madebyteachers.com. Great for February and Chinese New Year.

This is a Pet Dragon writing activity available FREE on Madebyteachers. Chinese New Year.

From an art educator.  As a part of an art history lesson.

Yesterday was the first session in my after school Medieval Art Class ! What a blast! I have a great group of kids and a nice mix of boys an.

once upon a time there were dragons... Once upon a time there were castles, and princesses, and knights and fire breathing dragons... This was a great project and the kids loved it. First we cut and glued fun foam to cardboard in shapes of bricks, stones for castle walls, clouds and dragon scales. Then we printed with acrylic paints because that is what I had - worked great. The following week we each took our stash of building materials and cut and pasted and built a castle.

sun in Tuscany, rain in Seattle danger Will Robinson finger painting fun giraffes can dance a city on a hill .

If I Had a Dragon Suitable for KS1

If I Had a Dragon by Amanda and Tom Ellery, image from Simon and Schuster website

Dragon hunt phonics activity. An empty nest with a letter from the dragon asking the children help find the eggs! Green glitter trail, flour footprints on the floor, clues and balloons with dragons frozen in them.

An empty nest with a letter from the dragon asking the children help find the eggs! Green glitter trail, flour footprints on the floor, clues and balloons with dragons frozen in them.

These colored links are great for teaching students about number bonds. To figure out a math problems students can create a chain with different colors to represent the different numbers in the math sentence. The total number of links in the chain would be the answer to the problem.

Number bonds to 10 with links Um hello new interactive maths display. I have literally hundreds of these things in my classroom.

Tudor portraits are important pieces of historical evidence. They show us what people looked like, but also about their wealth and status, and how they wanted to be seen by others.

Tudor portraits are important pieces of historical evidence. They show us what people looked like, but also about their wealth and status, and how they wanted to be seen by others.

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