Dragon eggs in Bangkok

I brought my popular “Dragon Eggs” workshop to my time as writer-in-residence at ELC school in Bangkok. We had some challenges with this activity—the power in the entire school went out, making it rather difficult to use the hot glue gun (never mind working in a room without air conditioning!).

But when all was said and done we came up with some pretty amazing eggs! Check out some of the designs and colours!

ELC dragon eggs.

ELC dragon eggs.

ELC dragon egg activity.

ELC eggs.

ELC dragon eggs.

ELC dragon eggs.

ELC dragon eggs.

ELC dragon eggs.

ELC dragon eggs.

ELC dragon eggs.

ELC dragon eggs.

About Lee Edward Fodi

I’m a children’s author, illustrator, and specialized arts educator—or, as I like to think of myself, a daydreaming expert. I'm the author of the Kendra Kandlestar series and The Secret of Zoone. During my free time, I'm a traveler, adventurer, and maker of dragon eggs. I live in Vancouver with my wife, son, and unhelpful cat.
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1 Response to Dragon eggs in Bangkok

  1. What a great activity! (Lee, you should do a workshop for writers on how to give creative workshops –a hands-on workshop in which we get to make dragon eggs!)

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