This chapter in The Science of Ancient Egypt
covers the kilns and metals of ancient Egypt. Students can read and learn how the Egyptians were masters of pottery, glass-making, and the smelting of ores. Topics include:
- Kilns and ovens
- Glass and pottery making
- Smelting of Copper and other ores
- Gold and silver
- The tarnishing of Copper
- Metal artifacts
As with all chapters in this informative series, this unit is highly illustrated and blends photographs and modern images with actual images from Ancient Egypt itself.
- Includes glossary of important vocabulary words for easy reference
- highlighted vocabulary words in text
- General reading range for grades 4-6
- Contains a graphic organizer chart for study and review
This reading resource also provides 22 pages of worksheets and assessments for this chapter. These can be purchased separately if desired.
Other Chapters in this Series
Chapter One The Nile River
Chapter Three Astronomy
Chapter Four The Animals of Egypt
Chapter Five Tools of Ancient Egypt
Chapter Six The Pyramids
Chapter Seven The Mummy
If you’d like to check out a free sample from Chapter One: The Nile River, click below:
Free Sample of Chapter One: The Nile River
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