Canopic jars from Pringles cans! from Incedible@rt Department (blog)

If you are preparing your class to learn about Egypt or if your scout troop has selected Egypt for Thinking Day these Paper Maché Egyptian Canopic Jars are

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: I am Pharaoh [Craft & Writing Prompt]

Egyptian Party : Activity for kids : Have them make their own rules : Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: I am Pharaoh [Craft & Writing Prompt]

Students will learn about important places in the Ancient Egypt civilization as they label and color a map. It's also a great way to incorporate geography in your lesson. Use this with your 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, or 10th grade classroom and homeschool students! Upper elementary, middle school, and high school approved! Great for your next ancient civilizations lesson or unit!

Ancient Egypt Map Activity

Students will learn about important places in the Ancient Egypt civilization as they label and color a map. It's also a great way to incorporate geography in your lesson. Use this with your or grade classroom and homesch

Ancient Egypt STEM Ideas!

Ancient Egypt STEM Ideas!

Find the latest teaching resources and ideas for the elementary and middle school classroom. Interactive notebooks, classroom management, and

Ancient Egypt - 6th Grade Social Studies Ancient Civilizations Interactive Notebook!

Ancient Egypt Interactive Notebook

This interactive notebook activity is great and super fun for comparing and contrasting the Egyptian regions. Explain the relationship between religion and the social and political systems in Mesopotamia and Egypt.

Great middle school social studies activity.  Ancient Egypt Scrapbook

At the end of each unit I teach, I really like to have some sort of project where students can demonstrate what they have learned. As I hav.

This is a concise, one –block overview of Ancient Egypt comes from my Ancient Civilizations Interactive Notebook . Use the lesson plan to guide you through the activities. Introduce the concept of civilization with white-board graffiti, survey aspects of Ancient Egyptian Civilization with the PowerPoint while students follow along with cloze notes, practice writing using hieroglyphics, and finally, recap the lesson with a ticket out the door.

Ancient Egypt PowerPoint, Cloze Notes, and Hieroglyphs Activity

This is a concise, one -block overview of Ancient Egypt comes from my Ancient Civilizations Interactive Notebook . Use the lesson plan to guide you through the activities.

DIY sundial for when we are teaching Ancient Egypt. Ancient Egyptians created sundials to tell time. Place a pencil upright in a ball of clay. Have a student go out every hour to place a stone where the end of the pencil is. Stones can be numbered to show what the hour is. At the end of the day look at the sundial your class has created.

a Do-It-Yourself Sundial. This simple yet effective sundial was made by placing a pencil in a ball of clay. Every hour a stone was placed to mark time. The sundial in the picture goes from 9 a.

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