Compare the Ancient Egyptian civilisation with the society, climate and terrain of Britain at the time. Discover how that civilisation came to an end and the remains of Ancient Egypt that exist in Egypt today.
Discover Egyptologists Champollion and Howard Carter, their discoveries and achievements. Write a play of events. Make observational drawings of Egyptian artefacts and debate their removal from Egypt.
Learn about the rulers of Ancient Egypt, their dynasties, battles and burials. Discover their symbols and crowns. Share knowledge of the pharaohs by staging an exhibition.
Learn about the tombs of the Egyptians and how to draw and paint Ancient Egyptian style figures. Then make and decorate your own 3D model of an Ancient Egyptian decorated rock-cut tomb.
Discover the myths and tales that the Ancient Egyptians told about the creation of the world and the lives of the gods and goddesses they worshipped. Take part in the recreation of an Ancient Egyptian festival procession.
Understand important aspects of the daily life of the Ancient Egyptians, including jobs, food, and games. Create your own Ancient Egyptian board game.
Learn about the incredible, life-giving River Nile and its impact on civilisation in Egypt. Use the maps and models made in previous sessions to present your learning to visitors.