Peregrines have been studying different stories about dragons this term, and have written about their pet dragons in English. We also been busy using air drying clay. We looked at the footprints of different wild animals, before discussing what we thought a dragon’s footprint might look like. We then used clay making tools to make an impression of a dragon footprint in clay. We also made egg shapes with clay, and put markings on them, as we imagined a dragon’s egg might look. This week we painted our eggs in bright colours, and made a nest to sit them in. Children took their dragon eggs home today. Perhaps they’ll hatch over the Easter break!