I've been teaching in KS1 & EYFS for five years in schools in both Scotland and England. I really enjoy making resources, especially with the increase of cartoons and pointless illustrations appearing on more and more resources which I find online. I try to keep resources clear and simple, making them accessible and attractive to children- and teachers too!

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This a simple version of the story of Saint George and the Dragon. I designed this activity to be used by Key Stage 1 children, therefore the language is not too complex. This could easily be used by less able children on KS2. This document has the story written in order for the children to read, and boxes for them to create appropriate illustrations in as they read it.
At the end, there is space for the children to give the story a proper ending; this is a great opportunity for them to stretch their imaginations and really get in to creative writing- without them having to write a whole story.
This is a very old story and so no one really knows what happened in the end, this really frees the children up to a whole host of ideas. I used this to great success with my Year 2 class during our Myths and Legends topic.


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