Aphrodite, goddess of love, features on this story paper. Write a story or retell one of the many myths of Aprodite.
Greek Myths Story Paper
Use our Greek Myths Story Paper to retell the myths in your own words or write your own myths inspired by the pictures. We have two types of story paper; simple images with a choice of lines or handwriting lines underneath for younger children and more detailed pictures with lines to the right for older childen who need more writing space.
Retelling stories is a good way to practice creative writing skills. Use our Atlas story paper to write your own version of the Atlas myth.
Can your children write a story about a centaur - half horse, half human? Our centaur story paper has a picture to colour and lines to write on.
The Greek myths about Cronus, father of Zeus, are really gruesome - which means that the kids will probably have fun retelling the stories using this printable story paper with colouring page!
Our cyclops is rather a cute 'monster' and is sure to inspire creativity. Choose from lined or handwriting versions of our cyclops story paper.
Our fun colouring picture of Cyclops is the perfect invitation for kids to write a story, or retell a story they have heard in their own words.
Part of our set of story paper featuring Greek gods, here we have lined or handwriting story paper for Eros, Greek god of love, for you to download and print.
Write a story about Hades, god of the underworld, and then colour in the picture on our printable Hades story paper.
Older children can use this story paper + colouring page to write their own story about Hades and the underworld, or to retell one of the original Greek myths.
What happens when you cut off a hydra's head? Let the children explain or maybe tell the story of the labours of Hercules using our Hydra story paper.
Chose from lined or handwriting versions of our Medusa story paper for your creative writing project on the snake haired gorgon.
Use our Minotaur story paper to retell the myth of Theseus and the Minotaur or perhaps to tell your own story featuring this half bull half man mythical beast.
Ready to download and print for your writing projects this story paper has a picture of Nike, goddess of victory, to inspire creativity.
Tell the story of the birth of Pegasus or perhaps imagine a ride on a winged horse on our Pegasus story paper.
The first of our Perseus story paper shows the start of Perseus's quest. Use the writing lines to retell the legend or perhaps make up your own quest. When you have finished don't forget to colour the picture.
This page is part of a set of three Perseus story papers, with a detailed picture to colour and writing lines. Use as a set to rewrite the legend in your own words or as a descriptive writing prompt.
The third of our Perseus story paper shows Perseus arriving home from his quest. Perhaps you could use it to ask children to describe how he feels?
What do you know about the Greek god Poseidon? Our Poseidon story paper, in a choice of lined or handwriting, is a good place to record your research into the god of the seas.
The second of our Poseidon stopy papers is designed for older children. There is a picture of the God of the Sea to colour and space to write a story or a description.
Our Prometheus story paper printable shows the Titan looking down on humans. Use the story paper to retell the myth of Prometheus's gift of fire or use it as a prompt to write your own story.
The gift of fire is the theme of this second Prometheus story paper printable. Colour the picture on the left and use the lines on the right to retell the myth.
Zeus, as leader of the gods, features in many Greek myths. Children could use our Zeus story paper to retell their favourite.
Can you write about a battle in a story about Greek gods? They were always fighting so there are lots of stories to pick from! Our second Zeus story paper shows the God in battle with his lightning bolt at the ready.