This is for use with or without my World Mythology materials. All the activities in this unit have the aim of introducing students to the world of mythology, starting with Greek myths and moving on to explore myths from around the world.
The story has been reproduced here in printable format with the kind permission of E2BN with whom all rights reserve.
Image credit: Cosa Furiosa of The Noun Project
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