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Winged Sandals Explore a great looking, highly interactive site about Greek mythology from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Watch short cartoons of mythological stories, play interactive games, create "make and do" crafts, read a "who's who" directory of mythological figures plus a more academic
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Winged Sandals


Explore a great looking, highly interactive site about Greek mythology from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Watch short cartoons of mythological stories, play interactive games, create "make and do" crafts, read a "who's who" directory of mythological figures plus a more academic "history" section, and even ask the Oracle a question. This rich site also includes a "goodies" section with mythologically themed desktop graphics, e-cards, and screensavers. Flash (faster) and HTML (slower) versions available -- but the Flash version is recommended!

Australian Broadcasting Corporation

• Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• High School Middle School Elementary School

John Jones

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