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Greek Mythology - Creation Myth

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This product tells the story of the Greek myth of creation, beginning with Chaos followed by Gaea and Uranus, Cronus and the Titans, and the war between the Titans and the gods.

This is a simple and common version of the Greek creation myth- there are different versions with slight variations!

There are two questions for students to answer:

1. Describe the similarities between Uranus and Cronus

2. If you were Cronus and you knew that one of your children was prophesied to overthrow you, what would you do and why?

An optional worksheet with ten multiple choice questions is also included.

Since short answers can vary, there is not an answer key for those.

A version of this product formatted for Google Apps can be found here: Greek Mythology - Creation - Google Slides

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