Below is the text that children have been learning in English this week along with a video chanting a text map after only one lesson. Fantastic effort.
How to look after a pet dragon
Have you ever wanted to keep a unique pet? If so, just visit the local dragon orphanage and select your very own baby dragon. You will never be bored.
However, a pet dragon is not easy to care for so you will need to follow these instructions carefully. If not, you may find that your dragon becomes a fiery nuisance.
What you need:
A dragon whistle, a large metal bucket, plenty of food and a smooth, flat rock
What you do:
First, gather dragon food such as mice, rats and other small creatures.
Next, carefully place the dragon feast on a smooth, flat rock.
After that, provide a bucket of water as dragons always like to drink after eating.
Once everything is ready, blow the whistle sharply three times.
Finally, move to a safe distance before you let your pet out for its dinner.
Dragons are not just for birthdays, they are for a lifetime. As your pet gets older it will protect you from danger and, of course, a well-trained dragon may even allow its owner to ride on it as it flies.