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Myths, Fables and Fairy Tales (Grade 5)

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Myths, Fables and Fairy Tales

1. 
Robin Hood is an example of a:
  1. fable
  2. Greek myth
  3. legend
  4. fairy tale
2. 
I am a story that is used to explain things that happen in nature. I can include gods and goddesses. What am I?
  1. Fairy tale
  2. Myth
  3. Fable
  4. Legend
3. 
The moral of this story is slow and steady wins the race:
  1. Snow White
  2. Johnny Appleseed
  3. Zeus
  4. The Tortoise and the Hare
4. 
I am a story that uses animals to teach a moral. I am passed down from generation to generation. What am I?
  1. Fable
  2. Legend
  3. Fairy tale
  4. Myth
5. 
Once upon a time there was a small girl named Druid. She lived in the forest with many beautiful plants and animals. One day the queen sent for her and asked her to come to the palace on the hill.

The genre of this piece is most likely:
  1. Myth
  2. Fable
  3. Fairy tale
  4. Legend
6. 
The story Johnny Appleseed is an example of:
  1. Fable
  2. Tall tale
  3. Fairy tale
  4. Myth
7. 
A legend is                                          .
  1. A music celebrity
  2. A grandmother
  3. A story that has been told for many years
  4. A symbol on a map
8. 
A famous author of fables according to tradition was a Greek slave. He was known as Aesop.
  1. True
  2. False
9. 
A myth is a fictional tale which explains:
  1. how people lived.
  2. a natural phenomenon.
  3. a moral.
  4. all the above.
10. 
A story that often begins with "Once upon a time" that features a struggle between good and evil is a...
  1. Fairy Tale
  2. Fable
  3. Short Story
  4. Myth
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