Why has the King given his children a dragon?
Do you think it’s a wise decision?
What do you think the children will try and train their dragon to do?
Can you think of any strategies that the children might use to train their dragon?
Where do the children live?
Can you think of a good name for their kingdom?
Why do you think the children will need ‘all the help they can get’ when they come to rule?
Can you think of names for the children?
What is the boy feeding the dragon?
What do you think the girl is carrying?
Think about what the children will teach the dragon. Can you draw them teaching him a certain skill?
The King had known that the gift he presented to his children on their 5th birthday was dangerous. He was prepared to take the risk of letting them own a pet dragon, however. One day, the twins would rule the kingdom together, and they would need all the help they could get. No-one could deny that a dragon was a powerful ally!
Before that day, though, the children had much work to do. They had to train their dragon!
Can you make a list of adjectives to describe the dragon?
Can you make a list of verbs to say what the dragon is doing?
Can you make a list of adverbs to describe how the dragon is eating?
Can you now write a sentence using a verb, an adverb and at least one adjectives?
These sentences are ‘sick’ and need help to get better. Can you help?
The boy held out some food. The dragon ate it. He was green and had horns.