Map if Babylon:
Ziggurat of Ur
Archive Page 2
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Joseph in the Pit
Joseph and his brothers
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Map of the Empire of Sargon of Akkad
Sargon color page
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Pyramids of Egypt
Build a Pyramid Game
Mummies of Ancient Egypt
Play the Game “SENET”!
How to Play Senet:
Play Game: “Hounds and Jackals”!
Make your own Pyramid (pdf)
Make your own Mummy:
Make a 3-D Scarab!
Egyptian Tomb Adventure Game:
Pharaohs Curse Game:
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More information about Hieroglyphs:
Make Your Own Cartouche
And another version:
Papyrus Paper to print:
Make your own Papyrus
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The kids love games, can’t blame them.
Stumbling through the internet for activities for my kids to do and I found a few good ones for us. Maybe they will be good for you, too! One thing the kids can’t get enough of is interactives. So I try to dig around for them to have something to do. Right now, we are starting Chapter 2 and of course it is all about Ancient Egypt for a while!
Here are the games and activities:
Color Pages for the Gods:
- From the University of Chicago:
Prepare a body for Mummification!
Learn from images on a relief in an tomb!
See artwork from Ancient Egypt!
And see a fun time-line!
- From the Royal Ontario Museum:
Too many things to list them all, but here are a few:
Hierglyphic Alphabet Chart
Map of Ancient Egypt
Primary Sources of Information
Secondary Sources of Information
Interactive Time Line
Who was Who?
- From the University College London:
Digital Egypt. Hard to explaing this one. You just have to go there and click on the photos, yourself.
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Fertile Crescent Map
A Farmer and his Shaduf