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'OLOGY Activity Kit

dragonology

by Dr. Ernest Drake

Word Search Spot the Differences

Mythology

Superpowers Monster Match

by Lady Hestia Evans

978-0-7636-2329-6

The Twelve Olympians Word Search

Egyptology

by Emily Sands

978-0-7636-3403-2

Create a Cartouche

piratEology

Pirate Hunter's Word Search

by Captain William Lubber

978-0-7636-2638-9

Missing Words

MonstErology

by Dr. Ernest Drake

978-0-7636-3143-7

On a Tracking Trek Don't Make a Monstrous Mistake

978-0-7636-3940-2 978-0-7636-2895-6

Wizardology

by Master Merlin

Code Cracker

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Activity

Word sEarch

Can you find these dragon words in the grid below? Words can be read up, down, forwards, backwards, and diagonally. The leftover letters spell out the name of a knucker known by Dr. Ernest Drake.

W C O C R E C R O C S G F R S T L P A L A I E S

K E S

A R S K I

T I B E T A E U I

R R

I E

C R A R Y

E U R P E

AMPHITHERE CLAWS COCKATRICE EGG FROST GARGOUILLE KNUCKER LAIR LUNG MARSUPIAL NEST PHOENIX

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N N W

N G

H O

H G M O V G E N P L Y I I L

EUROPEAN

R W E A N C I N R P

U H G N U H O R S

L W A X N A E L L

K M A

G O U

SCORCHER SPINES

TIBETAN WING

WYRM WYVERN

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spot thE diffErEncEs

Activity

Spot the six differences between these Chinese lung dragons.

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Activity

Create

a

CartouChe

The names of pharaohs were often written in oval frames called cartouches. Using our adapted alphabet of hieroglyphic symbols, design your own hieroglyphic cartouche of your name.

a e/i j o s/z

b/v f l p t y

c/k g m q u/w

d h n r x

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Activity

on a tracking trEk

To study fabulous beasts, you may have to trek mountain paths tracking a yeti, traipse over barren tundra to spy a behemoth, dive into deep seas seeking a leviathan, or lurk beside glowing coals at the mouth of a volcano to tempt out a salamander. Each beast leaves certain signs of itself behind: tracks, remains of its prey or foraging, scat (dung or droppings), and stories told about it by local people. Log your findings about one particular monster in your RecoRd Book.

Sample envelopes

Tags Sketching pencil

T Print rack

in dirt, mud, or seabed

Other Signs:

Griffin Unicorn Chimera Nue Baku Yeti

bones of prey, chewed plants, sounds made, smell of lair/nest, colour of shed fur, scales, skin, or feathers

Recorded by:

Member S.M.S.M.

Bigfoot Behemoth Six-Legged Salamander Kraken Hippocamp

Sea Serpent Leviathan Lake Serpent Bunyip Hydrus Kelpie

Winged Horse Hippogriff Cockatrice Roc Benu Bird Fenghuang

Phoenix Harpy Mermaid Merman Sphinx Manticore

Cyclops Faun Centaur Gorgon Jaculus

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Beast:

Story told about this beast by local people:

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Activity

Unicorn: Monstrous Beast

Rhinoceros: Ordinary Beast

don't MakE a Monstrous MistakE

Name of Monstrous Beast

On occasion, an Ordinary Beast has been mistaken for a true Monstrous Beast, but only by amateur monsterologists and rather shortsighted tourists.

case in Point: This Ordinary Beast has been mistaken for this actual Monstrous Beast.

st Description or Image of Ordinar y Bea

Description or Image of Monstrous Beast

However, you will plainly note obvious differences between the two. (Indicated with arrows or circles) Documented by: Member S.M.D.M.

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Activity

SuperpowerS

Imagine that you're a Greek god. What would your powers be? Write a short description of your powers and how you would use them.

My Greek god name: Power 1: Power 2: Power 3: Power 4: Power 5:

I would use these powers to

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Activity

MonSter Match

Match the Greek hero to the mythical being he encounters.

hero

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Bellerophon Heracles Jason Perseus Odysseus Theseus

MonSter

A. Minotaur B. Medusa C. Chimera D. Nemean Lion E. Cyclops F. Dragon

the twelve olyMpianS

How many of the twelve Olympian gods can you name? Write your answers below.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

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10. 11. 12.

ANSWERS: MONSTER MATCH: 1C, 2D, 3F, 4B, 5E, 6A THE TWELVE OLYMPIANS: Zeus, Hera, Aphrodite, Apollo, Ares, Artemis, Athena, Demeter, Dionysus, Hephaestus, Hermes, Poseidon

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Activity

word Search

Seek out these ancient words in the grid below. Words can be read up, down, forwards, backwards, and diagonally.

R A H E R A C L E S S E

U C E R B E R U S A I E

A P O L L O D T N D R C

T E L G B O H E E I A A

O R Y A N E H T A M P J

N S M R S L P E I H I A

I E P E M E A C R T F S

M U U S G E N O D A A O

Z S S A A I D A C R A N

E E S U M I O U T R O Y

U U S A T Y R T S H E E

S O R E S P A R T A L E

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Aphrodite Apollo Arcadia Ares Artemis Athena Cerberus

Eros Hera Heracles Jason Medusa Midas Minotaur

Muse Olympus Pandora Paris Pegasus Perseus Satyr

Sparta Theseus Titan Troy Zeus

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Activity

piratE huntEr's Word sEarch

Can you hunt out these pirate words in the grid below? They can be read up, down, forwards, backwards, and diagonally. The remaining letters spell out a nautical word used in greeting.

BOUNTY CAPTAIN CUTLASS GOLD KNOT LOOT LOST PARROT

C E K N O T

U D T I

T A E

PIRATE PORT

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D L O G

T

R

E A S U R T R L E I

SEA SHIP SWORD TREASURE WAVE

L O S S S I

R V A A

A W H P

A H O P W R O P

S O P C T

B O U N T Y Y T

ansWEr: the remaining letters spell out AHOY.

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Activity

Missing Words

Captain William Lubber is on the trail of infamous pirate Arabella Drummond. Can you work out which words complete his latest report of a sighting of this piratical menace?

REACHED CUBAN 7 TE HAD ROGUE PIRA 8 HORIzON. HE T

6

THE OVER

DISTANT IMMEDIATELY SIGHTED BOLD CUBA FOUNDER VANISHED WATERS

·

·

Missing Words

·

·

·

·

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SHIP, THE RABELLA DRUMMOND'S2 A OFF 1 VENTURE, WAS AD 3 . WE SET SAIL OAST OF THE C 4 BUT ENCOUNTERED A ATENED TO OUGH TIDE THAT THRE R WE 5 THE SHIP. BY THE TIME

ansWErs: 1. BOLD 2. SIGHTED 3. CUBA 4. IMMEDIATELY 5. FOUNDER 6. WATERS 7. VANISHED 8. DISTANT

Activity

codE crackEr

Use the code below to uncode the magical message from Master Merlin.

a B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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Try creating your own code to write more secret messages.

Answer: Spirits of the earth and air, My magic's almost done. Yet see the ones who read this here; Their magic's just begun.

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