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- Ancient Civilizations Complete Curriculum (PRINT & DIGITAL)This complete curriculum resource has over 1000+ pages/slides of material covering The Stone Age | Early Humans | Archaeology, Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, Israel, Ancient India, Ancient China, Ancient Greece, and Ancient Rome. T$175.00$259.62Save $84.62
Ancient Egypt Activities Resource Bundle!
***Updates - 5 Reading Passages are now included in the bundle!
- Digital & Print Board Game for Review now included!
-Ancient Civilizations Curriculum Binders & Sample Pacing Guide for the Full School Year
This bundled product contains the following 7 StudentSavvy resources:
Interactive Notebook (Digital & Print)
Reading Passages (TpT Digital Activity & Print)
Interactive PowerPoint (PPT & Google Slides)
STEM Challenges (TpT Digital Activity & Print)
Board Game for Review (Digital & Print)
More information on each resource:
This product contains interactive cut and paste learning material for students to create an organized social studies interactive notebook.
This resource is designed for an Ancient Egypt unit. Topics covered in this unit include: Mummification, Egyptian Society and Hierarchy, Pharaohs, the invasion of the Hyksos, the Old, Middle, & New Kingdom, Nile River, Hieroglyphics, Hieratic Script (shortened version), Pyramids of Giza, Bureaucracy, Vizier, War-Chariots, Menes, Hatshepsut, Thutmose III, Tutankhamen, Lower Egypt, Upper Egypt, Ramses III, Akhenaten, Red Lands, Black Lands, & much more!
Quick overview of topics covered in this resource include:
1.) The Two Lands of Ancient Egypt
-covers the layout of Ancient Egypt (Upper and Lower Egypt)
-flow of the Nile River
-black lands (fertile soil) and red lands (barren soil)
Keywords: Upper Egypt, Lower Egypt, Nile River, Black Lands, Red Lands
2.) Society & Social Structure of Ancient Egypt
-covers the social hierarchy (Pharaoh, Viziers/Priests/Nobles, Scribes, Merchants/Craftspeople, and Peasants/Servants)
-description of daily life and society
-influential pharaohs like Menes, Hatshepsut, and Ramses II
Keywords: Pharaoh, bureaucracy, vizier
3.) The Three Kingdoms of Ancient Egypt
-Ancient Egypt is divided into the three time periods (the Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, and New Kingdom)
-significant events highlighted that occurred in each period. (Pyramids of Giza built during the beginning of the Old Kingdom)
Keywords: Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, New Kingdom, dynasty, Pyramids of Giza
-description of the process in detail
Keywords: Ka, amulets, canopic jars
5.) Hieroglyphics & Hieratic Script
-description of each writing style and their differences
-the tools used to write
-description of how the Rosetta Stone assisted with the translation of hieroglyphics
Keywords: hieratic script, hieroglyphics, Rosetta Stone
This teaching resource is quite the virtual experience! This Ancient Civilizations PowerPoint can be used as a powerful classroom presentation or students can click their way through it on individual computers.
***This product was created with the latest version of PowerPoint (2016). The effects and transitions may not display properly on older versions. Please use the Google Slides version if students are using Chromebooks.
There are 2 Egypt STEM Challenges in this pack. Each STEM Challenge has detailed directions, photo examples, a list of materials needed, prediction section, brainstorming section, trials 1, 2, & 3, final results section with drawings, and a reflection section.
The STEM Challenges include:
1. Mummified Apples in Caponic Jars Challenge!
Using a list of supplies, students must first design four canopic jars.
Using 4 slices of apple, students must test different mixtures using salt, baking soda, vinegar, and sugar. Out of the 4 slices, they must have a control group (no ingredients used on the apple) to measure the mummification process. They need to write down the exact measurements for each mixture using a page found in the resource. Each Canopic Jar needs to be labeled with the mixture. After applying the mixtures to the apples, they are placed inside the sealed jars. For the next four days, students must record their observations during the mummification process. ***More instructions are found in the resource
2. Toothpick Pyramid Challenge Using a list of supplies, students must design either a freestanding square or rectangular pyramid. The goal of the challenge is to design the tallest pyramid in the shortest amount of time. If glue is used instead of non-drying clay or marshmallows, allow for drying time. Students only need to use the timer during building time. They can stop the clock while their pyramid dries. The group who can build the tallest pyramid in the shortest amount of time wins the challenge. ***More instructions are found in the resource
Google Classroom Student Projects
This product contains 3 digital projects that students can complete using Google Slides! This resource has a brochure project, a timeline project, and a info-graphic / poster project.
Each student-centered project has a sample project, answer key, and detailed project instructions for the students.
-Info-graphic / Poster Project
Students pick a topic that they would like to research on Ancient Egypt. (Ex: Mummification) All of the elements in the info-graphic must be organized, clearly visible, and well placed. Creativity with color and photos is a must! **More instructions found in the resource
Using a template, students design a timeline of important Ancient Egypt events. Students can add images, text, and other media to their timelines.
It is up to the teacher to add or change time periods that align with school resources.
Using a template, students design a brochure that highlights important facts and topics of Ancient Egypt such as: Egyptian society, their landscape, Pharaohs and rulers, the Three Kingdoms, the Pyramids, Mummification, etc.
This product contains an assessment that has vocabulary matching, fill in the blank, short answer, essay, and an info-graphic! It has 19 questions total.
It also contains an ANSWER KEY and an EDITABLE powerpoint file
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