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(Updated on 15/09/2016)




 

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INFORMATION :

 

  • The islands where dragons are real
    "Komodo dragons might not breathe fire or fly but they are still awe-inspiring animals – the race is on to save them from becoming mere legends."

    (BBC)

 

  • There Be Dragons!
    "Stories of enormous, terrifying reptilian beasts have been part of folklore around the world for longer than the written record can tell us.
    And while the beasts in these stories vary greatly, they have several traits in common: they are virtually always depicted as having snakelike
    or lizardlike bodies, they’re almost always covered or partially covered in scales, and they often (but not always) have wings. 
    Here are some of the most historically significant dragonlike beasts ever recorded."

    (neatorama.com)

 

  • Kid's almanach -
    "Fun facts - Creature catalog : angels, beasts, dragons, water serpents, fairies, giants" with simple exlanations, descriptions and superstitions.
    (factmonster.com)

 

 

 

 

  • Dragon in Thailand
    "17 storey building dragon extends from the ground to the roof. Interesting place, friendly people. The dragon is hollow and can walk in it,
    but the top of the building is usually inaccessible. Monks live on second and third floors (very dark and no working elevator).
    I was told the building may be converted to a university to teach new monks in the future. The temple grounds are quite large the have many shrines in various animal shapes, including a huge turtle shaped entrance to a cave, and large elephant that makes noise when put coin in.
    Large monitor lizards up to 2 metre long, patrol the extensive garden."



GAMES :

  • Dragons : Craft - Games - Jokes - Short stories
    (learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org)


 

STORIES :

  • Dragons : Craft - Games - Jokes - Short stories
    (learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org)

  • The Princess and the Dragon - animated story with sound + activities (British Council)


COMICS :


LITERATURE :


POEMS :

  • A Dragon - a limerick (familyfriendpoems.com)


CARTOONS :


The Strong Bad Emails (flash cartoons)

"on the Homestar Runner website feature

a dragon named Trogdor the Burninator."

(Wikipedia)

 

 

 

ART :

 

SONGS :

  • Dragons in songs (Wikipedia)

    • Puff The Magic Dragon (YouTube) + LYRICS :
      "Puff, the magic dragon lived by the sea
      And frolicked in the autumn mist in a land called Honnah Lee
      Little Jackie Paper loved that rascal Puff
      And brought him strings and sealing wax and other fancy stuff, oh"

      (metrolyrics.com)




  • Grand Old Duke - animated - " Listen to a song about a duke, his soldiers and a dragon!" + an activity
    (British Council)

 

 

CINEMA :

 

 

 

 

  • 10 Memorable Dragons From Movies
    Male Dragon – Reign of Fire
    Elliot – Pete’s Dragon
    Draco – Dragonheart
    Hungarian Horntail – Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
    Various Dragons – D-War
    Falcor – The Neverending Story
    Mushu – Mulan
    Saphira – Eragon
    Vermithrax Pejorative – Dragonslayer
    Dragon – Shrek
    (unrealitymag.com)

 

 

TELEVISION :