Weekly Challenge 9: Create a Dragon and its Lair
This week's challenge is to use your imagination to create a dragon and its lair.
You can make your dragon with anything you have at your house - Lego bricks, play-doh, a paper creation, anything! Or you can draw a dragon. Then create a lair for your dragon, again using anything you have at your house - Lego bricks, paper, leaves and sticks, anything!
We will have supplies to make a dragon craft available to pick up during our Craft and Prize pickup on Thursday. If you'd like to make one of these dragons, please fill out the request form here. We'll have two options: a dragon made from a cardboard tube (best option for younger children, available for anyone) and a dragon made from pipe cleaners (better for older children/teens, available for anyone).
We'd love to see your dragons and their lairs! If you'd like to share a picture, you can email it to us at email@example.com or add it as a comment on our Facebook post.
|photo source: Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls |
If you're interested in reading about dragons, you can search our catalog here or ask us for suggestions here or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some of our books about fictional dragons:
Dragons Love Tacos and Dragons Love Tacos 2: the Sequel by Adam Rubin
The Library Dragon by Carmen Agra Deedy
The Pet Dragon by Christoph Niemann
Not Your Typical Dragon by Dan Bar-el
Who Wants a Dragon by James Mayhew
Dragon series by Dav Pilkey
Spark by Kallie George
Pete the Cat: Sir Pete the Brave by James Dean
Dragon Masters series by Tracey West
Dragon Slippers series by Jessica Day George
Beast Quest by Adam Blade
Dragon Slayers' Academy by Kate McMullan
Wings of Fire by Tui Sutherland
The Dragon Players by Frank Cammuso
Dragon Girl by Jeff Weigel
Tea Dragon series by Katie O'Neill
Books about real dragons (Komodo dragons):
Komodo Dragons by Valerie Bodden
Mysteries of the Komodo Dragon by Martha Crump
Who Would Win?: Komodo Dragon vs King Cobra