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Ancient Egypt Activities

Maybe good to use in abstract art lesson... Color shapes & colors inside or cut apart for cubism.

How to mummify a Barbie | 3 in 1: educational activity for Ancient Egypt, upcycling for Barbies altered beyond repair (A bad haircut & "makeup" can be permanent if you're Barbie!), and future Halloween decor! Excellent! Consignment shops & garage sales for parents of boys... - Ancient Egypt blog post with links to activities and ideas

What was life like in Ancient Egypt? This great activity explores a variety of aspects of Egyptian life.

Ancient Egyptian Mummy Reenactment Activity: Teach students about the mummification process from ancient Egypt with this fun role-playing activity. Lesson plan and printable images of Egyptian burial goods included.

Ancient Egypt Unit Study: Map of Egypt (plus lots of links for books and hands on activities with instructions- The Unlikely Homeschool

Ancient Egypt Activities for Kids - Layered Soul Homeschool

Make your own Papyrus + other great activities for ancient egypt unit including a mummification of apples science experiment (delightfullearnin...)

Ancient Egypt Web Quest with activities for all of Gardner's multiple intelligences! Worksheets, requirements, rubrics - all inclusive!

Activity village - Ancient Egypt printables and craft ideas

Ancient Egypt Crafts from SatoriSmiles Ankh amulet, Scarab Activity, Royal Cartouche

R.A.F.T. writing activity for Ancient Egypt

American Research Center in Egypt, Orange County (ARCE/OC) :: Ancient Egypt, Egyptology, Archaeology Lectures, Travel

egyptian activities for kids | Animals in Ancient Egypt for Kids!

These three Fact and Opinion activities will help your students practice this sometimes difficult Common Core skill while reading interesting information about Ancient Egypt. Integrating interesting informational text into skill work is a great way to efficiently cover the content and provide enrichment as well.

Ancient Egypt Timeline This is a great activity to use with students at the conclusion of a unit on ancient Egypt OR as an anchor activity throughout the unit. Students work together to post several events from ancient Egypt that contributed to its rise and fall as an empire. Their goal is to make a GIANT classroom wall timeline. This is a great way for students to make inferences, observe themes, and note events that promoted Egypt's success as well as those that led to its downfall.

Hieroglyphics- Part of a sequence of art lessons on Ancient Egypt. Children make papyrus using brown parcel paper, watered down PVA glue and apply to A3 card. Apply strips of paper horizontally and vertically to give an uneven effect. For writing their names children sketch in pencil and use oil pastels for adding colour. A worthwhile and enjoyable activity for KS2 children.

Ancient Egypt Mummy Potato Lab This is a great lab to use in tandem with a lesson on ancient Egyptian mummification, as an introduction to the mummification process, or as an extension activity for students needing enrichment opportunities. The ancient Egyptians used a salt-like substance called natron during the mummification process in order to help preserve the bodies. This lab is meant to help students understand and observe the effects of natron using potatoes and baking soda/salt.