Either read a new dragon book (he is reading Dragons: The Myths, Legends, and Lore to learn about his friends and relations)
However, sometimes even the most voracious dragon-loving reader wants to do something besides read. Scroll down to get the printable PDF version!
Here are 39 ideas to get them started:
- Host a tea party! Dragons invited, well-mannered teddy bears allowed.
- Learn to write dragon in 10 different languages (printable coming soon!).
- Make some home-made play dough and create a new dragon friend.
- Build a dragon out of Lego bricks.
- Draw a dragon picture with your eyes closed — what new species could it be?
- Bake cookies — take two, one for yourself and one for your dragon!
- Make a dragon bookmark and put it in your current book — here’s one to try: Ladybug Corner you can turn into a dragon!.
- Draw a scene from the sky looking down from a dragon’s eye view!
- Make up a dragon joke and share it in the comments below.
- Draw a picture of a dragon and mail it to a relative.
- Draw a dragon picture with your toes — what new species could it be?
- How big do you imagine a dragon to be? Measure it out and see if it fits in your bedroom!
- Write down 10 reasons you’d like to have a dragon as a friend.
- Brush the
- Play “Dragon says” with your family.
- Draw a tree with a dragon camouflaged in the branches.
- Make a dragon’s den out of a big cardboard box.
- Make magic dragon potions with water and food coloring and glitter.
- Draw a dragon picture with your teeth — what new species could it be?
- Play Solitaire while you wait for your dragon to wake up from a nap.
- Did a dragon-sized hole in the garden for composting — magic in the earth!
- Make a dessert a dragon could enjoy!
- Look for dragons in the clouds.
- Make different styles of paper
airplanesdragons — which flies the farthest?
- Make a dragon thank you note and mail it the last person who gave you a gift.
- Make a dragon from an old sock.
- Paint a picture of a dragon.
- Change your favorite fairy tale to include dragons, such as Little Red Dragon-hood and the Ogre.
- Plan a treasure hunt with dragon-themed clues.
- Write a dragon story (even if it isn’t NaNoWriMo)
- Ride your
- Start a journal from a dragon’s point of view.
- Build a castle from KEVA planks and let the dragon’s attack!
- Draw a dragon using markers, colored pencils and crayons all in the same picture.
- List something a dragon would like to find that starts with each letter of the alphabet.
- Run around your yard 3 times while escaping from dragons!
- Build a time capsule of your current favorite dragon things — open a year from today!
- Create a Dragon Nation flag and fly it in your front yard.
- Think up your own fun dragon activity and share it using the contact button!
Want this list as a PDF? Click here –> 39 Dragon Activities for Kids