Dragon Tales

Musical Scales/Something's Missing

Season 3, Episode 25 of 29

MUSICAL SCALES Max taught Zak and Wheezie a song in Spanish and English that they have practiced very hard to perform for Princess Kidoodle. As Max, Emmy, and Enrique (who is conspicuously wearing a new hat) arrive, they meet Cassie and Ord, who are puzzled that Zak and Wheezie refuse to come out. The group travels down to the twins' cave where they find Zak and Wheezie hiding - mortified that they are shedding their beautiful scales! After several failed attempts to cover their bare spots, the twins decide to cancel the show. Everyone goes to tell the princess, but Enrique stays back with Zak and Wheezie. He pulls off his hat to reveal an embarrassingly bad haircut. He convinces the twins to sing if he sings with them. So the three friends perform, receiving cheers from everyone! EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Overcoming embarrassment SOMETHING'S MISSING When Emmy goes off to camp for a week, Max goes to Dragon Land alone, afraid he won't have any fun without Emmy. To help Max enjoy himself more, Cassie suggests that they do some of the things Emmy is having fun doing at camp: swimming, taking nature hikes and sitting around a campfire. But Max still misses Emmy, and wishes she could see all the great things they're doing in Dragon land. Oh, but she can! Max comes up with a plan to take pictures of their nature hike, and send them to his sister. It makes Max feel much, much better, knowing that he can share his fun time with her. And he can't wait to get home to see if Emmy sent him a letter from camp telling about all the fun she is having, too! EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Coping with separation

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