Substantive Education

September 25, 2008

Ancient Egypt Website

Filed under: Education,History — kbagdanov @ 9:24 pm
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This is a really fun website about Ancient Egypt in the larger website of the British Museum. You (or your child) can research everyday life, pharaohs, mummification, gods and goddesses, among other things.. As you make your way through the site there are games, puzzles, stories, and lots of pictures and illustrations. It’s a perfect addition to a Unit Study on Ancient Egypt.


1 Comment »

  1. Hi Kelly,
    Thanks for stopping by my blog and posting a comment. I like the twist on the Jack-O-Lantern being like a Christian. I’ll have to share that one with my boss as every Halloween we go in circles about pumpkins. She’s from India and was raised in a Christian family. She and I were talking about Christianity in India one day and she said that the Christian church is basically The Church of England. She has this funny idea that pumpkins are evil and I always tell her that they were created by the Lord so how can they be evil? It’s not like they have a free will!
    I love reading all of Ellen’s posts. It sounds like you married into a wonderful loving family.
    Have a blessed day!
    Cori G.

    Comment by Cori. G — September 27, 2008 @ 8:11 pm | Reply

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