If you are learning about Ancient History in your homeschool, you will be studying Ancient Egypt soon. Learning about Ancient Egypt has always been one of our most favorite and memorable time periods we have studied. There are so many fun things you can do when learning about Egypt that really helps to make history come alive.
If you are using a main history spine for world history you may find that it doesn’t spend a long time on a particular time period, and usually moves forward rather quickly. We have found this to be difficult when there is a particular subject we find exciting and fun. Learning about Egypt is one of those!
When we come to Egypt in our history studies, my kids get so excited that they want to keep learning. This is where I like to do some extra enrichment activities. We continue on with our regular history spine so we don’t get behind, but we may spend a few extra afternoons learning more about Egypt. We have built pyramids out of sugar cubes, and legos, wrapped each other up in toilet paper like mummies, made mummy stuffed animals and more!
Maybe you don’t have a history spine that you use and you enjoy using unit studies for your History curriculum. If you are wanting to study Ancient Egypt I have put together lots of fun printable to help you create your own history study on Ancient Egypt.
FREE Ancient Egypt Printables:
Recommended Resource: Project Passport: Ancient Egypt
Take a trip through history and discover cultures at another era of time with hands-on projects and activities that drive the lessons home in a fun way! Included are 25 “Stops” that can spread across 8-12 weeks, where you will witness exciting events and meet meet interesting people of Ancient Egypt.
We have created some awesome freebies for you that will go great with an Ancient Egypt Study:
Date Dash Ancient Egypt Card Game – Test your knowledge of the history of ancient Egypt with this free printable card game. There are 30 questions with two levels of difficulty, which makes it perfect for middle school or high school. This is a free instant download.
Newspaper Writing Prompts About Ancient Egypt – This notebooking set has 10 writing prompts to choose from that are perfect for upper elementary and middle school. Highschoolers will even enjoy this activity if you are using this with multiple ages. There are newspaper-style page templates for the students to write their story on as real reporters! This is a free instant download.
Seven Wonders of the Ancient World History Unit – this unit covers the 7 wonders of the Ancient World, which includes the Pyramids of Giza. They will create a notebooking page for narration of what they have read and learn new vocabulary words in their text. This is geared for 4th – 8th grade and is free for our subscribers.
Create a country study notebooking journal using these free blank country study notebooking pages.
These FREE Kindle Books are perfect for an Ancient Egypt Study:
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