Write a newspaper report on attack of the castle. Expand the adjectives used for example beautiful, expensive into noun phrases. Munsch only uses a few verbs to show how something was said e. Make a list of other verbs you could use to show how something was said. Act out the story and write it up as a play. Listen to the author read the story. How does he make the story come alive? Record your own reading of the story. Interview Elizabeth and Ronald.
What are their perspectives on what happened? What does Elizabeth do next? The dragon? Write the next part of one of their stories. I had been telling lots and lots of dragon stories. They were all fairly regular dragon stories where the prince saves the princess from the dragon.
Design Technology Think of as many uses of a paper bag as you can. What would be the drawbacks of wearing a paper bag? Design some clothes made from an unconventional material. Art Look at a range of images of dragons in art and mythology, for example Japanese dragons, the Welsh dragon, St George and the Dragon by Kandinsky. Paint your own dragon. Make puppets of Elizabeth and Ronald from paper bags. They loved being princesses and doing things that princesses do; picking flowers, wearing pretty dresses and living in large castles.
They were going to be married to their princes, Prince Ronald and Prince Donald that very weekend. They were picking flowers and fruits in the meadow for their wedding bouquets, all the while they sang a lovely song.
Princess Simran Save some for your wedding day! Both Princesses Flowers, sun, a song to sing! What more luck can this day bring? Dante the Dragon enters from the side and roars! Princess Rianna runs for her life offstage! Dante the Dragon Princesses make yummy snacks! Princess Simran Princess Rianna! Help me! Narrator With her pretty dresses burnt to ash, and her magnificent castle turned to rubble, the only thing she could find to wear was a paper bag!
She had to rescue her friend to make sure she married her handsome prince. She was determined and brave! Princess Rianna leaves the stage. Scene change: A dirt road or path. There are bones all over the road and all the trees are burnt, meaning the dragon has been through here! She stops and rests a moment when the Narrator begins to speak. She runs up to the sign and gives three big knocks.
Dante the Dragon enters the stage after hearing the loud knocks. He is annoyed because he is hungry and someone has interrupted him! Narrator Dante the Dragon heard the loud knock and came rushing to the door. He was just about to eat his snack — Princess-in-a-Blanket with ketchup!
I already have a princess to eat! Dante the Dragon begins to leave the stage. Princess Rianna Is it true that you make the most fire out of any dragon? Dante the Dragon YES! I am the best dragon! Narrator Dante the Dragon breathed in a great big huff and puff, and blew out so much fire that he burned down one hundred trees! Princess Rianna was a little frightened, but very impressed!
PSHE Discuss the gender roles in the story. Princess Rianna runs for her life offstage!
Help me! I bet you are the fastest, as well. Make a list of other verbs you could use to show how something was said. Dante the Dragon runs around the audience twice and comes back to the stage, feeling rather sleepy from all the flying.
They were going to be married to their princes, Prince Ronald and Prince Donald that very weekend. Paint your own dragon. Write a newspaper report on attack of the castle. I had been telling lots and lots of dragon stories.
It was dirty and burnt, covered in ash an soot, and her hair looked like a birds nest. Why does Ronald react in that way at the end of the story? Interview Elizabeth and Ronald.
What would be the drawbacks of wearing a paper bag? Narrator He was so fast and so high up in the sky, it was impossible to see him! She had found the exit herself and made her way out — what a clever girl! Dante the Dragon passes out on the floor and falls fast asleep right on the stage!
I already have a princess to eat! Princess Rianna Dante?