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Walk like an Egyptian

Posted on November 1, 2010 by Alan Haskvitz

Always an important part of history and social studies lessons, Egypt brings out the explorer in most students. The following sites enable students to see ancient Egypt come alive and learn how early Egyptians lived, their rulers and their culture. These resources are good for all age levels.

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt for Kids

Ancient Egypt for Teachers
Includes Web quests

Ancient Egyptian Fun
Interactive site
The British Museum Ancient Egypt

Clipart ETC: Egypt
The Egypt ClipArt gallery offers 29 illustrations of Egyptian people, architecture, culture, and stamps since the end of the Roman period.

Egypt Fun Guide
Interactive materials plus coloring and more

Egypt Map and Worksheet
Two free printables

Egyptian Mythology
Glossary of terms

The Gift of the Nile
Insights into the importance of this river

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