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Mythology, Fairy Tales,Traditional Stories and Legends

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Korean Cinderella 


Egyptian Cinderella


Classic Traditional Cinderella video




Cindy Ellen:  A Wild Western Cinderella 


Seriously, Cinderella is So Annoying (stepmother's point of view)


Fractured Fairy Tale: Cinderella (cartoon) 




Disney's Sleeping Beauty 


Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Disney Read Along book


Rumpelstiltskin: Disney Read Aloud


Rumpelstiltskin (Cartoon)


Rapunzel (old-fashioned puppet animation)


Traditional version of Princess and the Pea by H.C. Andersen read aloud on you tube


The Princess and the Pea  Fixed Fairy Tale Cartoon (about 5 minutes long)





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T each a lesson.

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G ods and goddesses who have human emotions, often wear disguises, and have supernatural abilities.

Y ou've got the idea now!


Why should we study myths?

1. The Story Arc and Characters are similar to modern literature.

2.  Modern-day idioms are often based upon myths and traditional stories.

3. Used to guide behavior of children based upon morals within stories.


The Archetype Characters found in these tales:   Victim  Villain  Hero



This link will take you to some very simple versions of popular myths




This webpage has links to kid-friendly versions of popular myths:




This link will take you to a variety of traditional stories. You might notice some familiar myths are on the list of stories included on this website.





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