This creative adventure takes place during a fun day out.

When some children investigate a crying sound behind a bush they discover a very sad baby dragon. They help their new little friend to solve his problems.

The lesson skills are improvisation, mime and movement, role-play. Children will learn to empathise and offer help.

They will also be faced with the challenge of keeping secrets and consider when it is okay that mum does not learn the absolute truth! Very interesting for teachers to see the reactions of students to this predicament.

Help Screen for Follow -Up Activities :

Baby Dragon help Screen


Curriculum For Excellence

 I use drama to explore real and imaginary situations, helping me to understand my world.

EXA 0-14a 

I have developed confidence and skills in creating and presenting drama which explores real and imaginary situations, using improvisation .

EXA 1-14a 

I have the freedom to choose and explore how I can use my voice, movement, and expression in role play and drama.

EXA 0-12a 

I enjoy creating, choosing and accepting roles, using movement, expression and voice.


EXA 1-12a 

Key Skills - Improvisation, Mime and Movement, Problem-solving.

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