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The Ramayana Part 5

Part 5 of the Indian, Hindu epic. The youngest Queen demands that her son should be the King’s heir. With background facts for Key Stage 3 pupils

The Ramayana Part 4

Part 4 of the Indian, Hindu epic. Rama undertakes a challenge and wins a bride. With background facts for Key Stage 3 pupils.

The Ramayana Part 3

Part 3 of the Indian, Hindu epic. The young men receive training and gifts and the demons are routed from the forest. With background facts for Key Stage 3 pupils

The Ramayana Part 2

Part 2 of the Indian, Hindu epic. The hero Rama and his brother Lakshmana go to the aid of a holy man. With background facts for Key Stage 3 pupils.

The Ramayana Part 1

Part 1 of the Indian, Hindu epic: The gods gift the King four sons. With background facts for Key Stage 3 pupils.

About The Ramayana

An introduction to The Ramayana which is featured as 15 chapter posts.

The Mouse That Grew

An Indian folktale of a mouse that became so much more than timid. With Key Stage 2 activities and a Indian lullaby to sing.

The Story of Manu

The Hindu Flood Myth from India is comparable to the Christian story of Noah’s Ark. With Key Stage 2 activities and a song.

From The Grasp Of Death

A Hindu myth from India. Yama, the God of Death, makes a bargain. With Key Stage 2 activities and a song.

The Wishes of Savitri

A Hindu story from India: Savitri tricks Yama, God of Death and saves her husband. With Key Stage 2 activities and an Indian Lullaby.

The Snake Sheds Its Skin

The concluding part of the story of Gilgamesh’s search for eternal life. With Key Stage 2 activities and a song.

Talk No More

A North American First Nation flood myth. With Key Stage 2 activities and a song.

The Loyalist Cow

The real life story of the cow who invigorated Canadian nationhood. With Key Stage 2 activities and a patriotic song.

Here Comes Raven Who Sets Things Right

Raven is the guardian spirit of North-Western Native American cultures, and a trickster. This story is how he brings water to the world. With Key Stage 2 activities and a song.

Sedna, Goddess of the Seas

The Inuit myth of the creation of sea creatures. With Key Stage 2 activities and an Inuit lullaby to learn to sing.

Oshadagea, Bringer of the Dew

Oshadagea (the giant dew-eagle) is the bringer of rain in Iroquois mythology. This poem comes with Key Stage 2 activities and a song

Tyrkir in Wonderland

The story of the Vikings ‘discovery’ of Canada. With Key Stage 2 activities and a song.

Coyote Steals The Fire

Coyote is the guardian spirit of East seaboard Native American cultures, and a trickster. This story is how he brings fire to the people. With Key Stage 2 activities and a song.

The Grizzly Boatman

Unframed prints in a variety of sizes can be purchased from artuk.org/shop/mythstories There are also an array of custom built frames available. Buy a beautiful image for your wall and support Mythstories Charity. the story It had been a good… Continue Reading →

A Shropshire Lad Singalong

Try some karaoke to song settings of Bredon Hill, the poem by A E Housman from “A Shropshire Lad”. The three pieces of music below are by famous British composers, choose one and sing along if you can.

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