LEGEND AND MYTHS
DIREZIONE DIDATTICA 2 SPOLETO
Section 1: Students aged 6-8
Authors: Clementina Natalucci, Sofia Orazi, Isika Peter Saniru.
THE MYTH OF SAND
Many years ago, the Greek god Poseidon lived a castle in the depths of the sea.
Poseidon used to keep his treasures in a chest,
behind his throne.
One day, while Poseidon was away from the castle,
a curious octopus sneaked into the Throne Room.
The octopus saw the casket, opened it and took all treasures scattering them in the sea.
A few hours later Poseidon returned to the castle
and when he found the empty casket, he went into a rage.
He took his trident and when he found his
treasures, magically transformed them into sand.
So it was, since that day, we have sand.
LEGEND AND MYTHS
IBB AKSEMSETTIN ORTAOKULU
Section 1: Students aged 9-12Written by Merve AYDENİZ Illustrated by Miray TABANBADIR
Once, there was a young woodchopper named Lokman. One day, he s aw a well, full of honeycombs in the forest. Unfortunately, the rope suddenly broke and he found himself at the bottom of the well. He screamed. But no one heard him. A few days later, he saw a scorpion entering through a small hole. He enlarged it with his knife.
He got into a cave and he saw a manimal named was Shahmaran. ‘Why are you here?’ asked Sahmaran. ‘I fell down into the well. I am so sorry.’ said Lokman. ‘Don’t fear. You are my guest now and you can live here forever.’ said Shahmaran. However, he missed his family after a while. He went to his village just so not to tell anyone where he lived and not to have a bath in hammams.Years later, the king got ill. A magician said that the only
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