Greek Mythology Presentation #4 — Athena Arachne Pallas


This is the fourth lesson in my Greek Mythology Presentation series. It tells three stories about Athena, including stories of Poseidon, Pallas, and Arachne. Includes cloze sentences activity and answer key. Editable.

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See Lesson 1–Introduction to Mythology

See Lesson 2–In the Beginning

See Lesson 3–The Creation of Man


  • Recommended for: Grades 4-7
  • Lesson Duration: 1 lesson, about 50 minutes
  • Formats: PPT, Google Slides, PDF
  • Editable: YES, all text is editable


  • 34-slide PPT + Google™ Slides presentation
  • Cloze sentences activity with answer key (2 pages PDF); works as quiz or review
  • all slides contain colorful clipart or a real photo of Greek art (no nudity)


  • Brief review of Athena
  • Story #1–Athena’s feud with Poseidon
  • how Athens came to be named after Athena
  • olive branch is a symbol of peace (includes photo examples)
  • Story #2–Athena and Pallas
  • the death of Pallas
  • honoring Pallas
  • Story #3–Arachne the spinner
  • where we get the word arachnid
  • vocabulary words: oceanid, nereid, sparring, hubris, demigods, aegis
  • 6 questions embedded in the presentation to help review and keep students focused


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