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Red Dragon, White Dragon Role Play Masks

Red Dragon, White Dragon Role Play Masks

About This Primary Resource

A set of two dragon masks - a red dragon and a white dragon. They are ideal for early years role play and may be particular relevant for St.David's day or Chinese New celebrations.

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  1. ShanKenchington

    Resources are a great find

  2. helen

    I’d like to use this mask template for st.davids day beavers group.

  3. Nikki

    I’d like to make dragon masks for our dragon themed sports day.

  4. Heather Vaughan

    I’d like this mask template for nursery please, thee children had so much fun with the lion masks for Chinese New Year so they’ll love these! Thanks

  5. astro38

    Kids will enjoy it for the birthday party!

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