St. George and the Dragon . . . bottle-sized

Even though I’ve done this workshop SO many times this year, I haven’t tired of it yet. So, as part of my Summer at St. George’s book publishing camp, I decided to roll it out once again to help inspire my group of young authors.

In this activity, they imagine that their fictional characters have bought pet monsters from the “Magic Monster Shop.” The monsters come in a little bottle kit, and now it’s up to the character to hatch the little beastie. What will the characters end up with? Well, see if you can find any clues based on what you can see in the bottles . . .

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