Students make body cut-outs out of butcher paper dressed to represent seven different economical statuses of Egyptian society. Students then write papers about their assigned socioeconomic status.
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Who am I? - Egyptian Contributions
Each of the three questions on this worksheet include a clue to the answer. Seventh graders will read a each clue, tell what or who the clue was referring to, and then provide evidence from their readings. This is a great way to build...
7th Social Studies & History
How Did Different People Live in Ancient Egyptian Times
What was life like for ancient Egyptians? Well, that depends on a person's job or title. Find out what life was like for pharaohs, priests, scribes, peasants, nobles, and craftsmen in Ancient Egypt. Each slide contains an image and a...
6th - 8th Social Studies & History
The Pharaoh That Wouldn't Be Forgotten
Why, 20 years after the death of Egyptian pharaoh Queen Hatshepsut, did people attempt to erase her memory from Egyptian history? Gain insight into ancient Egyptian culture and how a female monarch was viewed with this fantastic animated...
5 mins 7th - 12th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
Egypt: How Society was Organized
While this presentation doesn't provide a lot of information, it could be a handy review tool or way to warm up the class. They answer what life was like for an ancient Egyptian, then review basics about Egyptian religion and social...
6th - 7th Social Studies & History
Egypt Lesson 10: Politics/Social Organizations
Sixth graders examine the various levels of society as they pertain to the Ancient Egyptians and to today's job market. In this Politics/Social Organizations lesson, 6th graders work in groups to complete a chart depicting a list of jobs...
6th Social Studies & History