In this post, you can find some visual resources to help understand the Gods of Greek Mythology & The places mentioned in Greek Mythology. I have compiled a couple family trees, some maps and some other internet resources!
We loved, Tales from The Odyssey, by Mary Pope Osbourne. My oldest son has long enjoyed the Greek Myths. So, here are some resources for your mythology lovers.
Let’s face it, the Greek God Family is definitely a bit mixed up! You can straighten up your understanding of the relationships with this Greek Mythology Family Tree.
The author of the review states:
“I believe reading this book was the origin of my love of Greek mythology, and I’d suggest it’s a wonderful starting point for kids.”
Make your own family tree, by using this printable family tree template. (Click for fullsize printable version).
You can also check out the Children of The Titans, Cronus & Rhea. This resource comes from Yogzatot.
Now, if you want to find your way around in Ancient Greece, you’ll definitely need a map of all the mythological places. On the left, you’ll find the “Mythological Map of Greece,” from SigmaBooks. On the right, we have, “The Map of the Odyssey,” which comes in handy while reading the adventures.
Also check out these sites for more from our compilation of Mythology links!