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- This bundle has both the Roman and Greek versions of the same mythological beasts, Centaur, Cerberus, Chimera, Cyclops, Harpy, Hydra, Medusa, Minotaur, Pegasus, Phoenix, Satyr/Faun and Siren. This bundle is suitable if you are teaching about both the Ancient Romans and the Ancient Greeks. The Roman$4.00$6.50Save $2.50
- Over 200 pages of handouts, worksheets and activities about the fascinating culture of Ancient Rome.Types of resources included:Information HandoutsComprehension QuestionsMultiple ChoiceTrue or FalseMatchingFill In The BlankCross-Curricular ActivitiesMath ProblemsPrintable Card GamesAll files are pr$19.00$36.00Save $17.00
- Teach your students about Roman Mythology with these three PDFs about legends and myths, mythological beasts, Romulus and Remus & Roman gods and goddesses. The resources include information handouts, a vocabulary exercise, differentiated reading response questions, a comic strip activity, a fact$6.00$9.50Save $3.50
In this lesson, students learn about Roman mythological creatures. Twelve of the main Roman beasts, creatures and monsters are explored in listings, Centaur, Cerberus, Chimera, Cyclops, Faun, Harpy, Hydra, Medusa, Minotaur, Pegasus, Phoenix and Siren. Each listing features an original illustration, facts and a short myth. The introduction includes interesting facts about ancient Roman mythological beasts including the influence of the Greeks, heroes, natural phenomena, animal attributes and powers. There is also a page exploring three constellations named after mythological beasts. This PDF includes information handouts, differentiated reading response, create a monster activity, match the beast activity, constellation task cards and a printable memory card game.
Pages: 36 (including 7 answer sheets)
PLUS black and white version of the entire resource
- 12 Illustrated Listings
- Constellation Page
- Constellation Task Cards
- Star Charts
- Create a Monster Activity
- Match the Beast Activity
- Printable Memory Card Game
- Questions / Multiple Choice / True or False (Differentiated Reading Response)
- Answer sheets
- Ink-saver version - all pages in black and white
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All text and illustrations are by Christa Galloway, Primary Topic Shop.