These myth reading passages introduce students to different cultures around the world. Just one page each, these easy stories allow each student in your class to have their own myths to read!
If you’ve checked out every single mythology book in your school and public library and STILL come up short, you need these one-page myths!
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You will receive the following stories:
The Golden Fleece
Arachne & Athena
Theseus & The Minotaur
Odysseus & the Cyclops
Persephone is Kidnapped
The Labors of Hercules
How Aphrodite Started the Trojan War
The Midas Touch
The Boy Who Flew Too High
The Trojan Horse
Romulus and Remus
Latin American Mythology
The Armadillo’s Song
Anansi Brings Stories
Scandinavian & Viking Mythology
The Sword in the Stone
These myths for students to read are perfect for a folklore or folktales unit and explore different cultures, countries, and continents.