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Third graders participate in an integrated arts program dealing with the culture of Ancient Egypt - its music, its art and architecture, and its language. Students perform folk dances, and use classroom instruments.
Students consider what they already know about democracy and examine how viable democracy is for Middle Eastern nations such as Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
Sixth graders read a web article to find information. In this library skills lesson, 6th graders complete and worksheet on Egypt after reading about it on a website. Students note the differences between websites and other sources.
Students discover facts about ancient Egypt and find information and pictures of structures in Egypt. They write a story using as many hieroglyphic symbols as possible. Stories are made into a display on bulletin board.
In this ancient Egypt instructional activity, 6th graders use maps in chapter 5 of a Houghton Mifflin text to label items on an outline map and answer a set of 10 related questions.
This lesson plan template aligns with the TechnoMummy curriculum and resources, but includes great ideas to use without the curriculum. During this lesson on Ancient Egypt, students will become Egyptologists and learn about ancient artifacts. 
In this Ancient Egypt timeline worksheet, learners use the blank unlabeled timeline to show major events in Egyptian history.
Create Ancient Egypt travel brochures. Research the culture of Egypt through the Internet and create an artistic travel brochure of the civilization. The final product is published for dispersal.
Learners research and discuss the pyramids, temples and obelisk of Ancient Egypt. They work cooperatively to build a model pyramid.
Students explore the writing, art, and religious beliefs of ancient Egypt through hieroglyphs. They explore various websites, translate a sentence in hieroglyphs into English, and create name hieroglyphs and ideograms.
Examine the avant-garde movement and artists who explore the ideas of the Situationist. The class view imaged of Ayman Ramadan's installation pieces, learn about modern-day Egypt, and research other artist who use art to express social or political ideas. 
Students investigate the ancient structures of Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, and China. In small groups, they conduct research, evaluate their findings within the group, create visual aides, and complete an Internet treasure hunt.
Students gain a conversant knowledge of some aspect of ancient African literature of the eighteenth dynasty (1572-1315 B.C.) in Egypt. They choose either to make a crossword puzzle or a word search with at least 20 key words from their topic.
Students discuss what will become of Egypt after Mubarak. In this Egyptian uprising lesson plan, students analyze political cartoons and watch video clips about the stability of Egypt. Students discuss their impressions of how the revolution in Egypt may cause a domino effect of revolutions in the Middle East.
Students make three dimensional maps of Ancient Egypt. They identify way the natural environment influences people's lives.
Learners research ancient and contemporary Egypt, work in small groups to explore in specific places along the Nile and build a Web site that shows the cultural importance of selected towns, monuments, and sights along the Nile River.
Students explore the history of measurement in ancient Egypt. In this math lesson, students discuss the development of a standardized measurement system. Students measure using various units and discuss the results and the need for a standardized measure.
Students are introduced to the writing, art, and religious beliefs of ancient Egypt through hieroglyphs and tomb paintings. The analyzing of these examples with give clues to the ancient culture of Egypt.
Students evaluate impact of Nile River on ancient Egyptian life, show how pharaohs contributed to continuity of Egyptian life, analyze changes in Egyptian society during Middle Kingdom, examine Hatshepsut's unique place in early Egyptian society, evaluate impact of Kushite conquest of Egypt, and analyze how trade helped Kush flourish.
Students explore the pyramids of ancient Egypt. They travel back in time to recreate scale drawings of the Great Pyramid and discuss the inside of the Great Pyramid. They research and find out about the mummification and burial process.