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By Carmella Van Vleet

From pyramids and mummies to temples and pharaohs, this inventive and interesting reference explores what makes historical Egypt one in all so much interesting civilizations of all time. Combining diagrams, proof, and actions, this hands-on consultant is a enjoyable technique to introduce young ones to the awesome, historical Egyptian global. either wonderful and academic, this task publication good points 25 interactive tasks and games that use simply accessible fabrics and require little grownup supervision. actions comprise creating a scarab necklace, making an Egyptian headrest, and taking part in khuzza lawizza (Egyptian jump frog).   

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The library existed for about 200 years until it was destroyed by a series of fires. Playtime They started their education at around age ten. Scribes didn’t use paper and pencils like students use today. And they didn’t have desks. They sat cross-legged on the floor. They practiced writing on pieces of thin stone or pottery called ostraca. This is because papyrus, the paper Egyptians made out of the papyrus plant, was too expensive for practicing. Instead of a pencil, young scribes used reeds and ink.

Brother: You know, the kind of cake mummy used to make. 27 bartering: a system where people trade one thing for another. shaduf: a simple device that uses a bucket and a counterweight on a long pole to lift water out of one place and move it to another. spell: a word or group of words that the ancient Egyptians believed had magical powers to heal. priest: a person who helped take care of sick people and took care of and ran the temples in ancient Egypt. Make dried apples The ancient Egyptians didn’t have refrigerators to keep foods fresh.

These great thinkers gathered to talk to one another and learn or teach about the latest discoveries in math or science. Alexandria had an amazing library called the Royal Library of Alexandria. It was built around 288 BCE and had over 500,000 books and scrolls. Scrolls were pieces of papyrus glued together and then rolled up. They were rolled–up books! Because it had so many books and great thinkers who visited, the Royal Library of Alexandria was like the world’s first university! The library existed for about 200 years until it was destroyed by a series of fires.

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