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Ancient Egyptian gods and hieroglyphic alphabet hand out. I give this to my students when we are creating ancient Egyptian art. Ancient Egypt Hieroglyphics, Egyptian Symbols, Ancient Civilizations, Egyptian Alphabet, Egypt Art, Thinking Day, Ancient History, European History, Egyptian Art

SCRIPTS OF AFRICA - Native Writing Systems of Africa

Africa has produced numerous native scripts. Today only Ge'ez Alphabet is in modern usage. A script is not only a technology for writing the spoken word, and hence a vital form of communication. It is also a cultural symbol of a people and their identity. The mere sign of Arabic language carries the power of Islam and the Arab/Muslim people. Every time we see Amharic written we see the might of Ethiopian culture. A script is powerful political symbol used all over the world to show national…

Trace the "Steps" to the American Revolution-- Could definitely be used for the Civil War unit or other units. One idea- assign each student an event to research. Have them copy their foot on a piece of paper and then use the feet to form a timeline. 6th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, History Activities, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, Classroom Freebies, Teaching Us History, History Teachers

Trace the "Steps" to the American Revolution | Activity | Education.com

Help your kid keep track of all the developments that led to the American Revolution, by portraying the steps visually and literally!

Ray Ban OFF! Write Your Name in Hieroglyphs: To teach students about hieroglyphs from Egypt use this printable phonetic hieroglyphic alphabet. Simply print and hang in your classroom. Its a very easy bulletin board! Available in color and black and white. 6th Grade Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History, Teaching Art, Primary History, Egyptian Crafts, Egyptian Party, Ancient Egypt Crafts, Ancient Egypt Activities

Write Your Name in Hieroglyphs

The ancient Egyptians wrote in beautiful hieroglyphs on papyrus, in tombs, and on temple walls. To teach students about hieroglyphs from Egypt, use this printable phonetic hieroglyphic alphabet. Simply print and hang in your classroom for students to view and utilize. This would make a quick bulleti...

DIY sundial for when we are teaching Ancient Egypt. - DIY sundial for when we are teaching Ancient Egypt. Ancient Egyptians created sundials to tell time - Science Experiments Kids, Teaching Science, Science For Kids, Science Activities, Science Projects, Activities For Kids, Easy Science, Summer Science, Weather Experiments

Sundial

OM 5 Science has us learning about astronomy. In our study of early, practical applications of astronomy by the Egyptians, we learned about sundials. One assignment required Thing 3 to make a sundial and try to tell time with it, checking himself against a clock. It was difficult at first, but he got pretty good at it fairly quickly. We made this very simple yet effective sundial by placing a pencil in a ball of clay. Every hour, Thing 3 went out and marked the hour with a stone. This…

Chinese New Year Crafts. China: The kinders really liked making these Chinese slat books. They were amazingly captivated by copying the characters.but beware, very fiddly for the teacher to tie them up. Chinese Book, Chinese Writing, Learn Chinese, Chinese Theme, New Year's Crafts, Book Crafts, Crafts For Kids, Holiday Crafts, Chinese New Year Activities

Chinese Slat Book

The slat book was the first kind of Chinese book, make from slats of wood or bamboo and cord. This type of book is the reason that Chinese writing is done from top to bottom, rather than from left to right like Western writing. The books were rolled up and easily for storage.

comparing British and American Revolutionary War soldiers - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale! 4th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Student Teaching, Teaching Ideas, Study History, History Class, Teaching History

MIA: Playing Catch Up

Hey everyone, I'm very sorry for my absence from blogging. I am right in the middle of finishing up 9 weeks of maternity sub plans!! (I only get 6 weeks of maternity, but because my 1st baby surprised us 3 weeks early, I have to be ready just in case.) I have a bunch of stuff I want to share with you, so please accept my apology for being gone for so long. Follow along as I play a game of "Blogging Catch Up!" * * * * * Rachelle just shared her awesome Substitute Survival Kit (which I love…

Ancient Egypt Fact Cards - Treetop Displays - A set of 24 fact cards that give fun and interesting facts about ancient Egypt. Each fact card has a key word heading, making this set an excellent topic word bank as well! Visit our website for more inform Facts About Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egypt For Kids, Fun Facts About Egypt, Ancient Egypt Lessons, Ancient Egypt Crafts, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Greece, Ks2 Classroom, Classroom Displays

Ancient Egypt Fact Cards

A set of 24 printable fact cards that give fun and interesting facts about ancient Egypt/ Egyptians. Teachers also have the option to use this set as a vocabulary word wall as each fact card has a keyword heading related to the fact and topic. Great for ancient history! Buy this resource in a Bundl...

Design your own medieval knight history spine: byzantine/middle ages Vbs Crafts, Crafts For Kids, Chateau Moyen Age, Castle Crafts, Medieval Crafts, Medieval Decorations, St Georges Day, Knight Party, Magic Treehouse

Art and Craft Kits | Baker Ross UK

Jointed knight craft...uses brads and a pattern. Could I draw my own?

The Boston Massacre. Reenactment In My Class! - Curriculum and Crayons The Boston Massacre. Reenactment In My Class! - Curriculum and Crayons 3rd Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Activities, Student Teaching, Teaching Ideas, History Activities

The Boston Massacre... Reenactment In My Class! - Creations by Kim Parker

We are learning about the Revolutionary War- such an interesting, engaging unit for my third graders and one of my very favorite to teach. This is such a high interest topic and my kids always really get into it. Earlier this year I had read one of the Alvin Ho books and in it the kids play […]