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Myths and Legends

 

Dragon myths and legends have been told throughout the world and throughout the ages.

 

You probably already know about dragons. They are gigantic reptiles complete with claws and teeth. Most of them can fly and breathe fire. Some are evil, while others can be good.

 

Miss Tagliati found this great story writing competition for you to base your writing on this week.

 

‘The theme is Meet Lucy!  We are asking for stories to be written about Lucy, Lincoln Castle's dragon.  Your story can be as magical, as fantastical and as imaginative as you like … there are no limits … just start your story with the title 'Meet Lucy!' and let your imagination do the rest!’

 

So, if you want to enter the competition  - please do - the entry form and details are attached below.

Please send us your finished stories - we would love to read them and even add them to our class pages.

 

I have included the kind of resources we would normally use at school to help us structure and support our writing.

  • An explanation of what a myth and legend is.
  • A wagoll
  • Vocabulary/ grammar word mats.
  • A slow write to help you to think of different ways of starting your sentences with ( I know you enjoy these!)
  • A planning sheet to help you structure your writing.
  • A checklist to make sure you include all the features of a myth or legend.
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