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Ancient Egypt
Directory > Social Studies > Ancient History > Ancient Egypt



4 subcategories 5 Projects 23 Resources

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  • Heiroglyphics (5)
  • mummies (5)
  • pharoahs (2)
  • pyramids (9)

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    Projects

    Results 1 thru 5 of 5 total projects.

    1.  Universal
    Egyptian Holidays
    Sixth grade students take on the role of Ancient Egypt Travel agents. They work in grou...


    2.  Universal
    Ancient Egyptian Achievements
    Students will be exploring ancient Egyptian achievements via different websites. The ...
    Curriculum: Education
    Grades: 6


    3.  Web Resource List (WRL)
    Ancient Egypt Web Resources
    Welcome to the Ancient Egypt resource list. When you are using the internet don't rely...
    Curriculum: English/Language Arts, History/Social Science
    Grades: 6


    4.  Activity
    Discover Ancient Egypt
    Students will work in groups and use an online source to research three major aspects o...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
    Grades: 6


    5.  Inquiry Leading to Understanding (ILU)
    Help the Ancients pick the Best Home in Egypt
    In this project, students will research the physiographic features of Egypt and determi...
    Grades: 6, 7, 8


    Resources

    Results 1 thru 10 of 23 total resources.

    1.  Web Site
    MythWeb
    Citing from some of the greatest ancient texts, this site offers a comprehensive mythol...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science, English/Language Arts
    Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
    2.  Web Site
    Write like an Egyptian
    What does your name look like in Heiroglyphics? Type your name and then click inscribe.
    3.  Image
    Solar Boat
    Egyptian archaeologist Kamal el Mallak uncovered this "solar boat" in May, 1954 just so...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
    4.  Image
    Zoser's Step Pyramid
    Zoser's pyramid is 62.5 m high and has a base of 125 m by 109 m. It was built in three ...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
    5.  Image
    Ramses II
    The Colossus statue of Ramses II stood in front of a pylone of the temple of Ptah. Two ...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
    6.  Image
    The Great Pyramid of Giza: Funerary Complex of ...
    146 m high by 233 m long

    The Pyramids of Giza are the only one of the seven wonde...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science

    7.  Image
    Inside the Rhomboidal Pyramid of Snefru Looking...
    To enter the pyramid you must climb up the steps on the side of the pyramid. The entran...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science, Mathematics
    8.  Image
    Alabaster Sphinx of Amenophis II
    This is the largest estant sphinx carved by a single block. It is 4.5 m high and 8 m lo...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
    9.  Image
    Funerary Complexes of Menkaure and Kafre
    Two of the three Giza pyramids Menkaure is 66 m high by 108 m long. Kafre is 136.5 m hi...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
    10.  Web Site
    Mummy Tombs
    Did you know that Egyptians practiced artificial mummification for over 3,000 years? Le...
    Curriculum: Science
    Grades: 6, 7, 8


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