Read the story of Saint George and the dragon. Imagine what the princess feels when her name is drawn, and write her diary in the book.
This fun printable encourages the kids to draw their own pictures for the story of Saint George and the Dragon - gruesome fun! The pdf file contains two versions of the storyboard printable - one with our own telling of the story, one blank for the kids to write themselves.
Write the story of George and the Dragon as if you were writing a report for a newspaper page at the time, using our printable worksheet.
This is such a fun activity - for your fairy tale topic or St George's Day, perhaps! Get the kids to colour in the poster and write underneath the picture just what crime this particular dragon is "wanted" for!
This cloze (fill in the blank) activity tells the story of Saint George, patron saint of England and many other countries. Children will be learning his story as they fill in the missing words.
Kids can write their own version of the story of Saint George and the Dragon - or just write some notes about Saint George himself - using our fun story paper printable and colouring page.
This George and the Dragon story paper is perfect for older children to write their own version of the story, or perhaps take dictation. We've included a picture for them to colour in.
Read the story of Saint George and the dragon and the people of Silene, then answer the questions and colour in our picture of Saint George.