Henry and the Chalk Dragon
You have to be brave to be an artist.
"Altogether, a delicious face-off between forces of conformity and creativity run amok, spiced with offbeat names as well as insights expressed with eloquent simplicity." —BOOKLIST (starred review)
"A perfect title to hand to young readers looking for laughs along with a wild and crazy adventure." —SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL (starred review)
"Jennifer Trafton has done it again, crafting a whimsical story that will delight readers young and old. For all who feel that they have art inside of them that needs to come out—this book will give you the courage to be who you are and make something beautiful for the world." —Sarah Mackenzie, READ-ALOUD REVIVAL
This hand-lettered quotation from the book measures 3" x 6" and can be cut to fit an A5-size journal or printed on sticker paper. Click on the quote to the right to download the free PDF.
Use Henry and the Chalk Dragon in the Classroom
This curriculum guide is intended to provide a teacher or parent with ideas and tools for using Henry and the Chalk Dragon to enhance writing, vocabulary, and comprehension skills while at the same time encouraging kids to use their imaginations and to be creative. Suitable for a traditional classroom, a homeschool group, or a family reading the book together, the activities and worksheets are aimed at 2nd through 4th grade students but are adaptable to other ages as needed. Where appropriate, relevant Common Core State Standards are noted.
FREE PDF includes:
- Discussion Questions
- Group Activities
- Student Worksheets
- Completion Certificate
- Printable Bookmarks