$ Scatter these twenty 8.5 x 11 inch "Who Am I?" cards throughout your classroom for a fun way to learn about Greek gods and goddesses. You may make the cards easy or difficult find. It's also a great activity for outdoors! Once found, students use QR readers to scan the QR codes to learn the answer. Then, they write it on the included handout. Don't have QR readers? A version without QR codes is also included!
Engineering Greek Mythology: STEM Engineering Challenges Five Pack
Compare Athens & Sparta with first-person accounts! This Athens and Sparta lesson is included in the larger "Ancient Greece Unit" located here: Ancient Greece Unit: 15 engaging lessons to teach Ancient Greece!
Reader's Theater for Greek Mythology (3 leveled scripts; 4 myths)
This is a rigorous Greek Mythology unit geared at student engagement, thinking, reading, and writing skills. It also includes a number of activities that would be perfect for literacy centers. There are more than 100 pages
Greek Mythology: An Interactive Notebook Unit on the Mythology of Ancient Greece! 142 Pages of Foldables, Reading Passages, Comprehension Questions, Activities, and Projects! Student friendly versions of a variety of myths included!
Greek Mythology Unit: Using Close Reading to Dig Deeper
Book Talks are the perfect Book Report. Students practice speaking and listening as well as planning and organizing. It is a great way to assess comprehension and holds the students accountable for their independent reading.
Free, Printable Greek Mythology God and Goddess Cards