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Anat Spitzen

The Prince and the Narcissus ( Hanasich vehaNarcisvā€™HaNarkis)

This activity focuses on the Narcissus flower and presents the myth of Narcissus. The story of Narcissus (referred to as an ancient Greek legend) is adapted as a rhymed poem and there are questions following the story. There is also botanical information on the flower . 

The activity takes around 15 min. No prior knowledge is needed. 

The online activity accompanies the lessons in class.



YEAR: 2006


Galim (Snunit)

Stories from Greek Mythology (Sipurei Hamitologya Hayevanit)

This activity offers a selection of 7 6 abbreviated myths which are also connected to common idioms in Hebrew: Sisyphus, Narcissus, Achilles’ Heel, Pandora’s Box, Trojan Horse, Midas’ Golden Touch.

Each myth is accompanied by online questions and at the end there is a quiz on all the myths.

The activity takes around 20 -30 min.No prior knowledge is needed.

The activity accompanies the lessons in clas(...)


YEAR: 2017-2018


Kotar/CET (Center for Educational Technology)

A very good word: Greek Mythology: Reading stories, comparing styles and writing your own story (Mila Tova Meod: Hamitologya Hayevanit)

This book offers study and practice of linguistic themes as part of Hebrew language studies. The book offers variety of texts, online activities and many exercises for the students and teachers in order to enhance literacy, reading skills and reading comprehension. The texts include traditional Jewish sources, Israeli authors and poets and general texts on a variety of subjects including Greek mythology.



YEAR: 2016


The Primary Latin Project team

The Primary Latin Project

The Primary Latin Project is a website aimed at the teachers, it promotes the teaching of ancient languages in primary schools. The website provides training for teachers and helps with resources to run the programme based on the Minimus textbook in primary school. Minimus  is a unique Latin course for younger children based on a real family who lived in Britain at Vindolanda in 100 AD: Flavius, the fort commander, his wife Lep(...)