How to Catch a Dragon
About this deal
There are two different ability worksheets; the LA matched the pictures and captions and the MA/HA wrote their own sentences underneath the pictures using time connectives.
If you know a little one who is looking for a bilingual tale or is bored of the same old Chinese New Year tales, give this one a shot.It has been written to meet the Year 1 expected standard and comes with a handy annotated version detailing the text-type specific features (red), grammar (green), punctuation (purple) and spelling (blue) teaching opportunities should you wish to use this text with your learners. He said this book is great compared to the other stuff I’ve been getting for him, so he gave this 5 stars. Set in China during the Spring Festival, the wily dragon will have to avoid trap after trap as the kids run through paper lanterns, fireworks, the Nian lion puppet, and more!
My favorite parts were when the kids threw money around and when the dragon looked around the building with a mischievous look.I like the fact that it mixes in different ethnicities in the illustrations, and that it represents a different culture for these fun stories! My beautiful, precocious, literature loving daughter and I read this together and are reviewing it in 2 parts. Age range 3 to 9 New in the New York Times and USA Today bestselling How to Catch series - do you have what it takes to snag a dragon? On the one hand, I really wanted to enjoy the story, but on the other, it's just kind of missing the mark. It's got a lovely nod to Dragons Love Tacos as well, which is one of the greatest children's books ever written so that's nice.