Living / 24 April, 2019 / Nanny Anita

Junk Model Dragons for St George’s Day

In honour of the up coming St. George’s Day (23rd April) my charges and I built our very own junk model dragons to slay, or not as the case may be. While I was prepping for this craft I decided to throw out any preconceived ideas of how this activity should go, and instead gathered together lots of different materials so that they could truly create their own dragons, without any input from me telling them what to do. All I told them was the story of St. George, that we were building a dragon, and to let their imaginations guide them. It was really interesting to both watch them both take very different approaches to building their dragon and listen to their explanations about what type of dragon they had built.

Make sure you follow my junk modelling board on Pinterest for more ideas.  Don’t forget to save the pin for later.

To make your own Junk Model Dragons you will need:

  • Paints
  • Pens
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Tape
  • Any junk material you have lying around – newspapers, kitchen rolls, loo rolls, cereal boxes etc


Both my charges were very happy making these, and in fact my eldest charge decided to carry around his turbo charged dragon for pretty much the whole day! There is no right or wrong way to make your dragon, as I said to my little ones; let your imagination guide you.



The Finished Dragons

The Finished Dragons

Pin for later:

Junk model dragons for St George’s Day. Craft for kids.



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