Save over 65% when you purchase these 13 Greek myths and stories curriculum and 3 sets of games (match games, bingo, tic-tac-toe, and more) as a bundle! In this set of lessons, you’ll get over 500 pages of curriculum and the following:
SL4 – An Achilles Heel Curriculum - Common Core Character in Mythology
From the story of Achilles, we get the modern term "Achilles heel,” which means a person’s greatest weakness. It includes reading sheets for second, third, and fourth grade reading levels.
4SL - Between Scylla and Charybdis
Scylla and Charybdis were Greek sea monsters, After the Trojan War ended, Odysseus and his crew headed toward home, but they had to face the sea monsters Scylla and Charybdis. The reading sheet is at the fourth grade reading level.
3SL – Damon and Pythias Curriculum – Short Story Study
These significant characters from Greek mythology explore what it means to be a true friend. The story is at the third-grade reading level.
3SL – The Golden Touch Curriculum
From this significant character from Greek mythology, King Midas, we get the modern term “everything he touches turns to gold.” The story is at the third-grade reading level.
SL – Greek Gods, Heroes, Mythical Creatures, and More
Get Match games for the following categories: Greek Gods, Greek Heroes, Mythical Creatures, Mythical Places (meaning found in myths), Myths and Stories, Phrases and Allusions, and Roman Names for Greek Gods. Also get two "What Will You Do?" stories help students learn more Greek myths than are studied in the classroom: “An Achilles Heel” and “Medusa's Head.”
SL4 – Hercules and Atlas
Hercules and Atlas are significant characters from mythology. Through their stories, we get the modern term "Herculean" and phrase "weight of the world on his shoulders." There are stories at the second, third, and fourth grade reading levels.
SL Fable – Hercules and the Wagoner Curriculum
Help students learn where we get the phrase, “Gods help those who help themselves,” from this Aesop’s fable about Hercules.
SL Games: Idioms, Phrases and Proverbs
Learn about the idioms, phrases and proverbs from history that people still use today, such as “Herculean task.”
SL Games: Monsters From Greek Myths
Students can have fun learning about one aspect of Greek mythology with these games about Greek monsters. Although educationally fun anytime, these games work especially well around Halloween.
3SL – One Hundred Lyrics – “No. 39” – Greek Poem
Help students understand more about those who lived in ancient Greece and made sailing their living. The story is at the third-grade reading level.
4SL – Pandora’s Box Curriculum
Pandora is a significant character from Greek mythology. From this short story, we get the modern term "Pandora's box,” which means trouble, evil, or complications to a situation. The story is at the fourth-grade reading level.
3SL – The Sphinx’s Riddle Curriculum
In this myth are two significant characters: Greek hero Odysseus and the Greek monster the Sphinx. The story is at the third-grade reading level.
4SL – The Sword of Damocles Curriculum
From this significant character in Greek mythology: Damocles, we get the modern term a "sword over his head,” which means impending danger. The story is at the fourth-grade reading level.
4SL – The Trojan Horse Curriculum
The Trojan Horse helped end a significant historical event. Through this story, we get the phrase: "Beware of Greeks bearing gifts" and "Trojan horse." The story is at the fourth-grade reading level.
3SL – Wonderful Weaver Curriculum
Help students learn about Queen Athena and Arachne at the third-grade reading level.
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