I know how much you enjoyed How to Train Your Dragon so I have found a few things for you to have a look at. Do not PANIC – it is not just maths or English there is some art here too and a real chance to have some fun in your descriptions.
One link is to a story book a follow on to How to Train your Dragon. It is 257 pages long but read it in in your own time and ENJOY IT. That is what books are for.heros guide to deadly dragons
The next activity is to design your own dragon map. Be colourful, use a key so we can see what is on your map. You can include forests, beaches, caves, coves, villages, hills, mountains and cities. YOU DECIDE IT IS YOUR MAP.
There is also a word search .
Finally can you help Cressida create a new character for her latest book?
Design your own dragon and draw an illustration of it, labelling its different features and details. Use the factfiles to help you think about different things to include (colours, claws, teeth, defence systems…) Remember to give your dragon a name which reflects its personality!dragon fact file