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Discuss the adventures of Demeter and Persephone by starting with this engaging play for the entire class. Assign roles and read-through as a group, or break larger classrooms into small groups and reconvene for a discussion.
Students love the myth of Athena and Arachne! Explore how spiders came to be with this play to be read or staged by your entire class.
Explore the myths of Echo and Narcissus while performing this play with your entire class.
The classic tragedy of Orpheus and Eurydice is captured in one of our series of mini-books on Greek mythology.
In this classic from Greek mythology, we learn the story of Theseus and the Minotaur, and are introduced to other Greek heroes including King Aegeus and Ariadne.
No one knows how the legend of Paul Bunyan began, but the public first heard about this mythical lumberjack in 1910, when he was mentioned in a Detroit newspaper story by James MacGillivray.
A leprechaun is pictured as a full page clip art.
Use this mini-book to teach the classic Greek myth of Psyche and Cupid. Then, discuss the themes of jealousy, fear, and trust.
Daedalus was a famous inventor working for King Minos, who built wings for himself and Icarus, his son. Read about their adventures in this classic of Greek mythology.
Pandora's Box is a concept that should be learned early! Here's a classroom play to help explore the myth behind the saying.
This classic mini-book recounts the classic story from Greek mythology of Perseus and Medusa. Read it aloud with your class, then discuss its themes.
The popular story of Arachne and Athena is an exciting tale of weaving, jealousy, and spiders! Read it as a play, or extend the lesson.