Letter of the Week ! Dd !

Dragon Ds!

  1. Gather your materials. You will need some construction paper, red tissue paper, a marker, a googly eye , glue and scissors.
  2. Draw a big fat D with your marker, have your child color it of you want and cut it out.
  3. While your child is coloring it, cut out small triangles to make the dragon’s spikes!
  4. Glue along the straight side of the D.
  5. Add the triangles.
  6. Cut out a small circle add it for an eye, glue the googly eye on top.
  7. Cut out some tissue paper fire
  8. Glue on to finish the dragon D !


” The Paper Bag Princess” by Robert Munsch is one of my favorite children’s books ever. It’s sassy so be prepared but it’s got a wonderful message under it’s sassiness! Girls can be strong, can outwit dragons and don’t need a man! I love it!! ” Puff the Magic Dragon” by Peter Yarrow and Lenny Lipton is a beautiful book. The illustrations are outstanding and a perfect accompaniment to such a beautiful story and children’s classic!


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  1. Jen Plante says

    I have a family child care center in my home, and I’m always looking for Letter of the Week activities. I love these! We’ll be making D Dragons this week for sure :)
    Thanks so much!


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