By Ashley Allred Gods Goddesses Mythical Creatures.

By Ashley Allred

Transcript of By Ashley Allred Gods Goddesses Mythical Creatures.

Greek Gods


Pegasus, the flying horse, was the son of Poseidon, king of the ocean, and Medusa, a horrible monster with snakes for hair. Yet the stories of Pegasus are wonderful and warm. Some tell how Pegasus carried wounded Greek soldier from battle. Many people tried to kidnap this famous horse. Some succeeded. But the gods always intervened, always on the side of Pegasus, and always tothe disadvantage of whomever had kidnapped him. Ultimately, after many adventures, Pegasus found a home on Mount Olympus. He became the thundering horse Zeus rode in the stars.


Zeus Apollo Hades Ares Hermes Poseidon

Step 1: Pick an Ancient Greek god, goddess, or creature you want to research.Step 2: Create a Glog about your research. Your Glog should have at least three pictures and two paragraphs of text.Step 3: Present Glog to the class.

Zeus GlogGloster

AssignmentStandard 1 Students will understand how ancient civilizations developed and how they contributed to the current state of the world. Objective 2 Evaluate how religion has played a central role in human history from ancient times to today. Explore the importance of religion in the cultural expression of ancient civilizations (e.g. customs, artistic expression, creation stories, architecture of sacred spaces).

Sixth Grade Social Studies

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PoseidonGod of the Sea

Poseidon was very powerful. He could raise his hand and a new island would appear! The Greeks were terrified of Poseidon. Poseidon had many wives. But his main wife was not jealous, so Poseidon did not have the problems at home that Zeus did.All the Greeks, but especially those who lived in coastal towns, built a temple to honor Poseidon. They brought special gifts to the temple every day, hoping to keep him happy. Sometimes it worked. Sometimes it didn't. Poseidon was very moody.

AresGod of War

Ares was tall, handsome, mean, and self-centered. His sidekick, Eris, the spirit of disagreement, traveled everywhere with him. They carried four spirits along as well - the spirits of Pain, Panic, Famine, and Oblivion.In Greek mythology, Ares did not care who won or lost a battle. He just liked to see bloodshed.Most of the other gods stayed as far away from Ares as possible. He only caused troubleGame