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Follow the adventures of Buddy the dog and his friend Joe as they discover a strange egg in the woods one day. Watch 'Chapter 1' now...
Teach Rex & Dragons
Buddy's Adventures 'Chapter 1'
This is the first chapter of Buddy's Adventures. Created by the 'Teach Rex' team, the story will follow of the journey of Buddy the dog. The story will encou...
Buddy's AdventureWhat Happens Next? Use the exclusive resources below and ask your children to imagine what will happen next. Use the writing frames and word mats to continue the story. What is inside the egg? Where did it come from? Why was it in the woods? Send your children's stories to the TeachRex team on Facebook and it could be chosen as the script for chapter 2!
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