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DRAGON TALES: A SPECIAL JOB

What to know: When Max and Emmy help the dragons deliver a secret box to the School in The Sky, Wheezie's curiosity makes them lose all the keys to the box.
DRAGON TALES: A SPECIAL JOB is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 2-5
Screenplay
KATARZYNA KOCHANY
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Kids tend to love "Dragon Tales" and this teaches a cute lesson involving the preschool concepts of identifying shapes. This simple story shows how important it is to follow directions and teaches kids about different shapes The writer uses the dragons' and kids' personalities to create a conflict that they must work together to resolve. The impulsive dragon gives in to temptation and makes a mess they all work on together to fix - trying to find all the shapes she dropped. Its beginning is consistent with other Dragon Tales' episodes where Emmy and Max are together and are summoned into Dragon Land. The story unfolds well as the characters are given a task to bring the bag to the school. Wheezie gives into temptation and touches the keys that the kids were not supposed to touch. She drops them all and they have to work together to find them. The story cleverly teaches children that they can use shapes to make other shapes like when they use two triangles to make a square which is the shape they need to open the box.
When Max and Emmy help the dragons deliver a secret box to the School in The Sky, Wheezie's curiosity makes them lose all the keys to the box. To find the keys, the friends will have to learn shapes: circles, triangles and squares.
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