With a Dragon as your mascot, I would try taking the Mythical route. Themes that come to mind are: searching for treasure, gems, gems being rewards or goals students can reach and at each step be rewarded, different gems meaning different levels or rewards. You could apply that to various tasks. From games to mazes to incentive programs. Here is a website with loads of dragon links.
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Also, for younger children, you might look into ideas from the PBS kids show Dragon Tales.
Hope these help! Have fun stormin' the castle!
10 years 3 months ago#74272by <unregistered>
Dragons and treasures makes me think of "Voyage of the Dawn Treader." (I think that is the name) by C.s. Lewis. I think it is #6 of the chronicles. So with my memory being as it is I would look that up and see if I could find some nifty lessons on that to spark MY limited imagination.
jaydeecee- "Eagles soar to strive" It kinda sounded better in my head. But maybe that will give you something to work with
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