Susan Magsamen
Susan Magsamen
Director of Interdisciplinary Partnerships
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Brain Science Institute
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Go on a Dragon Hunt

WHAT YOU NEED:

• PAPER, CRAYONS, MARKERS • MAKE-BELIEVE SWORD
• PILLOWCASE

Note to Parents: Your dragon hunter needs your help for this activity. Create a Dragon Hunting Map for your child. Hide special treats at each location. Be creative. At the end of the hunt, leave a special letter from the dragon and maybe some cookies!

1. Dragon Wanted

Draw a picture of the dragon you are searching for. Does it have a long tail with spikes? Is it green and blue? Does it blow fire or orange juice from its mouth?

 

2. Dragon Hunting Gear

What do you need to begin your dragon search? Maybe a sword and cape? Find the gear you need and get ready. Put the picture of your dragon in your pocket.

 

3. Let the Games Begin

Ask your parents for their Dragon Hunting Map. Your adventure awaits. Follow the map clues to see what you can find.

4. Find the Dragon

Did you find the Dragon’s letter? Share it with your family and friends.