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Shari Bithell
Shari Bithell • 1 year ago

$2.00 This is a fun, hands-on way to help your students understand the importance of the Nile River to the development of the ancient Egyptian civilizati...

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What a fun way to develop a deeper understanding of the Ancient Egyptian civilization and the importance that the Nile River played in its development.

This awesome project allows students to understand the importance of the Nile River in ancient Egypt. $3.00 Students work collaboratively (in groups of 2...

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$5 This is a research project about ancient Egyptian pharaohs that requires students to role-play as Egyptologists-in-training. Students may choos...

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