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LEGENDARY HEROES. Click on me to Start Game. Question 1. Which one of these heroes is a mythical lumberjack who is known for his great strength and size?. Davy crockett. Daniel boone. Paul bunyan. Pecos bill. CORRECT!!!.

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LEGENDARY HEROES

Click on me to Start Game

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Question 1

Which one of these heroes is a mythical lumberjack who is known for his great strength and size?

Davy crockett

Daniel boone

Paul bunyan

Pecos bill

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CORRECT!!!

Yes, Paul Bunyan is a giant lumberjack with great strength! It even took 5 storks to deliver him to his parents! Good job!!!

Click on me to go to Question 2

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Question 2

What legendary hero died at the age of 49 defending Texas from the Mexican troops at the Alamo?

Davy crockett

Daniel boone

Paul bunyan

Pecos bill

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CORRECT!!!

Yes, Davy Crockett was the legendary hero who died in battle at the Alamo. Way to go!!!

Did you know…

When the battle was over, all 187 Americans lay dead on the ground, but with them lay 2,000 Mexicans who had died at their hands.

Click on me to go to Question 3

http://www.americanwest.com/pages/davycroc.htm

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Question 3

Which legendary hero helped to settle Kentucky and protect the settlers from Indian raids?

Davy crockett

Daniel boone

Paul bunyan

Pecos bill

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CORRECT!!!

Yes, Daniel Boone helped to settle Kentucky and defend the settlers from Indian raids! Great job!!!

Click on me to go to Question 4

Did you know…

Daniel Boone was the 6th of 11 children and that he had 10 children of his own?

http://www.berksweb.com/boonetext.html

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Question 4

What mythical hero could ride a tornado or rope an entire herd of cattle at one time?

Davy crockett

Daniel boone

Paul bunyan

Pecos bill

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CORRECT!!!

Yes, Pecos Bill is the mythical cowboy who could do amazing things on the range! Super!!!

Did you know…

Pecos Bill was the youngest of 18 children of a Texas pioneer? He was lost crossing the Pecos River and raised by coyotes. He thought that he was a coyote until a cowboy told him that he was a human!

Click on me to go to Question 5

http://pbskids.org/lions/pecos

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Question 5

What is the difference between a mythical hero and a real hero?

A real hero is someone like Paul Bunyan, while a mythical hero is someone like Davy Crockett.

A

Mythical heroes are made up by someone’s imagination, while real heroes are people who actually lived.

B

Real heroes can do things like ride magic carpets and rope the moon.

C

There is no such thing as mythical or real heroes.

D

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CORRECT!!!

Yes! You have done a great job learning the difference between real and mythical heroes! You have completed the game!!! FANTASTIC JOB!!!

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THANK YOU

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CREDITS

Paul Bunyan

PICTURE: http://www.paulbunyantrail.com/talltale.html

Pecos Bill

PICTURE: http://www.millville.org/Workshops_f/Dich_FOLKLORE/WACKED/stompfeature25.html

INFORMATION: http://pbskids.org/lions/pecos

Davy Crockett

PICTURE: http://www.geocities.com/TelevisionCity/set/1486/

INFORMATION: http://www.americanwest.com/pages/davycroc.htm

Daniel Boone

PORTRAIT: http://xroads.virginia.edu/~HYPER/HNS/Boone/realboone.html

INFORMATION: http://www.berksweb.com/boonetext.html

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