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Early​​River​​Civilizations:​​Egypt​​(Grade​​6)​​(Seth​​Dills​​&​​Miranda​​Woodworth)

Standards:

Math:

6.NS.3​​-​​Fluently​​add,​​subtract,​​multiply,​​and​​divide​​multi-digit​​decimals​​using​​the​​standard​​algorithm​​for​​each​​operation

6.EE.6​​-​​Use​​variables​​to​​represent​​numbers​​and​​write​​expressions​​when​​solving​​a​​real-world​​or​​mathematical​​problem;​​understand​​that​​a​​variable​​can

represent​​an​​unknown​​number,​​or,​​depending​​on​​the​​purpose​​at​​hand,​​any​​number​​in​​a​​specified​​set

6.EE.7​​-​​Solve​​real-world​​and​​mathematical​​problems​​by​​writing​​and​​solving​​equations​​of​​the​​form​​x​​+​​p​​=​​q​​and​​px​​=​​q​​for​​cases​​in​​which​​p,​​q​​and​​x​​are​​all

nonnegative​​rational​​numbers

ELA:

SL.6.1​​-​​Engage​​effectively​​in​​a​​range​​of​​collaborative​​discussions​​(one-on-one,​​in​​groups,​​and​​teacher-led)​​with​​diverse​​partners​​on​​grade​​6​​topics,​​texts,​​and

issues,​​building​​on​​others’​​ideas​​and​​expressing​​their​​own​​clearly

W.6.4​​-​​Produce​​clear​​and​​coherent​​writing​​in​​which​​the​​development,​​organization,​​and​​style​​are​​appropriate​​to​​task,​​purpose,​​and​​audience

W.6.3​​Write​​Narratives​​to​​develop​​real​​or​​imagined​​experiences​​or​​events​​using​​effective​​techniques,​​relevant​​descriptive​​details​​and​​well-structured​​event

sequences.

RI.​​6.1-​​Cite​​textual​​evidence​​to​​support​​analysis​​of​​what​​the​​text​​says​​explicitly​​as​​well​​as​​inferences​​drawn​​from​​the​​text.

Social​​Studies:

1.4​​Early​​River​​Civilization.​​Egypt.​​People.​​pharaoh

3.1​​Early​​River​​Civilizations,​​Egypt,​​Ideas:​​Hieroglyphics

3.1​​Early​​River​​Civilizations,​​Egypt,​​Ideas:​​Mummies

3.1​​Early​​River​​Civilizations,​​Egypt,​​Ideas:​​Afterlife

4.1​​Early​​River​​Civilizations,​​Egypt,​​Places/Institutions:​​Upper​​Egypt

4.1​​Early​​River​​Civilizations,​​Egypt,​​Places/Institutions:​​Lower​​Egypt

4.1​​Early​​River​​Civilizations,​​Egypt,​​Ideas:​​Theocracy

 

Lesson​ ​1

Lesson​ ​2/

Lesson​ ​3

Lesson​ ​4

Lesson​ ​5

Lesson​ ​6

Lesson​ ​5

Title

Egypt​ ​101

Write​ ​Like​ ​an Egyptian

​ ​Pharaoh, Pharaoh,​ ​Oh​ ​Baby (My​ ​Life​ ​as​ ​an Egyptian)

Gods​ ​Among​ ​Us

Are​ ​You​ ​My Mummy?

​ ​“Wrap”​ ​it​ ​up

Thm.

Introduction​ ​to Egypt​ ​- Geography, Spacial Awareness, Common​ ​Words

Heiroglyphics, Egyptian​ ​Math

Egyptian​ ​Life​ ​-

Egyptian​ ​Gods​ ​- Who​ ​they​ ​were, roles​ ​they​ ​play, etc.

Pyramids​ ​and Mummification​ ​- What​ ​was​ ​the purpose?

“Wrap”​ ​it​ ​up​ ​- Summative Assessment, Moving​ ​Forward- “Why​ ​do​ ​students need​ ​to​ ​know this?)

What​ ​was​ ​it​ ​like, social​ ​roles,​ ​etc.

Start​ ​Mummy Project​ ​(Math/ Science Integration)

“Why​ ​do​ ​students need​ ​to​ ​know this?”

     

Time

1​ ​Day

1​ ​Day

2​ ​Days

2​ ​Days

14​ ​Days​ ​(Woven within​ ​other lessons)

1​ ​Day

Stdrs.

ELA:​ ​​​ ​W.6.4 Social​ ​Studies:​ ​​4.1

ELA:​ ​SL.6.1 Social​ ​Studies:​ ​​3.1

ELA:​ ​​RI.6.1,​ ​W.6.3

ELA:​ ​​SL.6.1,​ ​W.6.4

ELA:​ ​​W.6.4 Social​ ​Studies:​ ​​3.1

ELA:​ ​​SL.6.1,​ ​W.6.4,

Social​ ​Studies:​ ​​1.4

Social​ ​Studies:​ ​​3.1

Social​ ​Studies:​ ​​4.1

Early​​River

Early​​River

Early​​River

Early​​River

Early​​River

Early​​River

Civilizations,​​Egypt,

Civilizations,​​Egypt,

Civilization.​​Egypt.

Civilizations,​​Egypt,

Civilizations,​​Egypt,

Civilizations,​​Egypt,

Places/Institutions:

Ideas:​​Hieroglyphics

People.​​pharaoh

Ideas:​​Afterlife

Ideas:​​Mummies

Ideas:​​Theocracy

Upper​​Egypt

Math:​ ​6.NS.3​ ​, 6.EE.6,​ ​6.EE.7

4.1​​Early​​River​​Civilizatio

Egypt,​​Places/Institution Lower​​Egypt

 

Math:​​6.EE.6

Objs.

Students​ ​will engage​ ​in collaborative practices​ ​identify the​ ​distance​ ​from MHK​ ​to​ ​Egypt Students​ ​will​ ​be able​ ​to​ ​make

Students​ ​will examine​ ​the written​ ​language used​ ​by​ ​Egyptians during​ ​this​ ​era Students​ ​will​ ​be able​ ​to​ ​state​ ​in groups,​ ​three

Students​ ​will​ ​be able​ ​to​ ​examine the​ ​egyptian​ ​life and​ ​social​ ​roles that​ ​existed Students​ ​will​ ​be able​ ​to​ ​describe​ ​the life​ ​of​ ​the​ ​pharaoh.

Students​ ​will accurately​ ​label and​ ​explain​ ​the purpose​ ​of egyptian​ ​gods​ ​and their​ ​roles Students​ ​will​ ​be able​ ​to​ ​collaborate

Students​ ​will​ ​be able​ ​to​ ​define​ ​the mummification process Students​ ​will​ ​be able​ ​to​ ​reconstruct the​ ​mummification process​ ​in​ ​class.

​ ​​Students​ ​will accurately​ ​identify the​ ​impact​ ​that studying​ ​egypt​ ​has on​ ​them​ ​in​ ​the here​ ​&​ ​now. Students​ ​will​ ​be able​ ​to​ ​build​ ​on

 

personal connections between​ ​their contexts​ ​and Egypt's​ ​historical context. Students​ ​will​ ​be able​ ​to​ ​create​ ​a clear​ ​and​ ​coherent connection between​ ​their context​ ​and Egypt’s​ ​historical context.

comparisons between​ ​modern english​ ​and hieroglyphics.

Students​ ​will​ ​be able​ ​to​ ​construct​ ​a descriptive narrative. Students​ ​will​ ​be able​ ​to​ ​analyze​ ​the pharaoh’s​ ​role in​ ​Egypt​ ​civilization from​ ​the​ ​text. Students​ ​will​ ​be able​ ​to​ ​engage​ ​in problem​ ​solving activities​ ​in​ ​order to​ ​find​ ​the​ ​missing variable​ ​from hieroglyphics. Students​ ​will​ ​be able​ ​to​ ​solve​ ​the addition, subtraction, division,​ ​and multiplication heiroglyphic problems​ ​correctly. Students​ ​will​ ​be able​ ​to​ ​utilize heiroglyphics​ ​to solve​ ​real​ ​world math​ ​problems.

and​ ​discuss​ ​the purpose​ ​of egyptian​ ​gods. Students​ ​will​ ​be able​ ​to​ ​clearly write​ ​one​ ​role​ ​of the​ ​egyptian​ ​gods.

Students​ ​will​ ​be able​ ​to​ ​clearly​ ​list the​ ​steps​ ​in​ ​the mummification process.

each​ ​others​ ​ideas of​ ​why​ ​studying egypt​ ​is​ ​important. Students​ ​will​ ​be able​ ​to Students​ ​will​ ​be able​ ​to​ ​create​ ​a clear​ ​letter​ ​to future​ ​students about​ ​why​ ​it​ ​is important​ ​to​ ​learn about​ ​egypt.

Brief

During​ ​this​ ​lesson the​ ​teachers​ ​will provide​ ​the

Students​ ​will​ ​be exposed​ ​to​ ​a variety​ ​of

Students​ ​examine the​ ​life​ ​of​ ​a Pharaoh​ ​through​ ​a

The​ ​teachers​ ​place the​ ​focus​ ​on​ ​a shared​ ​reading

​ ​During​ ​this​ ​lesson the​ ​students explore​ ​how

​ ​This​ ​lesson​ ​is focused​ ​on bringing​ ​the​ ​unit

desdc.

of​ ​less.

students​ ​will resources​ ​to​ ​pique their​ ​interest​ ​in Egypt,​ ​give​ ​them tools​ ​to​ ​develop spatial​ ​awareness of​ ​the​ ​country,​ ​and help​ ​them​ ​identify key​ ​factors​ ​that will​ ​be​ ​discussed​ ​in upcoming​ ​lessons.

mathematical challenges​ ​that​ ​use heiroglyphics. Students​ ​will​ ​work in​ ​pairs/​ ​teams​ ​to solve​ ​problems​ ​(ex. If​ ​​ ​=​ ​22​ ​and​ ​=40,​ ​what​ ​does​ ​equal​ ​in​ ​the following equation?​ ​​ ​+​ ​=​ ​).​ ​For​ ​higher DOK​ ​Questions, teachers​ ​can substitute​ ​for​ ​​ ​x ​ ​=​ ​56​ ​where​ ​both numbers​ ​are between​ ​0​ ​&​ ​10.

shared​ ​reading experience​ ​and reflect​ ​on​ ​their​ ​role in​ ​the​ ​Egyptian Societal​ ​Order.

experience​ ​of​ ​“The Red​ ​Pyramid”​ ​in the​ ​Kane Chronicles. Students​ ​examine the​ ​gods represented​ ​in​ ​the story​ ​and​ ​connect them​ ​to​ ​prior learning​ ​about​ ​the role​ ​of​ ​Egyptian Mythology​ ​in​ ​the lives​ ​of​ ​the Egyptians.

mummification happened​ ​in Egyptian​ ​Culture, connect​ ​it​ ​to​ ​our culture’s postmortem rituals,​ ​and​ ​get​ ​to re-create​ ​the process​ ​on​ ​a smaller​ ​(less gruesome)​ ​scale.

learning​ ​to​ ​a conclusion, synthesizing learning,​ ​tying​ ​up loose​ ​ends,​ ​and publishing​ ​group findings​ ​so​ ​that students​ ​can cement​ ​what​ ​they learned.​ ​Teachers will​ ​use​ ​this​ ​time for​ ​summative assessment.

Teachers​ ​will​ ​then present​ ​on​ ​the Rosetta​ ​stone​ ​and make​ ​connections between​ ​our written​ ​language and​ ​the​ ​Egyptian written​ ​language.

Teachers​ ​will​ ​begin the​ ​Hotdog expiriment​ ​today.

Assess

Teachers​ ​will

Teachers​ ​will

Students​ ​will create​ ​a​ ​journal entry​ ​entitled​ ​“My Life​ ​as​ ​a​ ​Pharaoh” in​ ​order​ ​to​ ​be assessed

Students​ ​will complete​ ​a handout​ ​which​ ​will be​ ​“graded”​ ​as Complete/ Incomplete

Students​ ​will​ ​be evaluated

Students​ ​will complete​ ​a “Compare​ ​& Contrast”​ ​task​ ​in order​ ​to​ ​C&C​ ​our society​ ​and egyptian​ ​societies, based​ ​on​ ​what​ ​they learned throughout​ ​the

formatively​​ ​assess

 

review​ ​math

students​ ​prior knowledge​ ​through a​ ​variety​ ​of individual​ ​and group​ ​activities (Discussion, Monitoring,​ ​Exit Tickets)

project​ ​and

summatively​​

based

summatively

 

on​ ​an​ ​exit​ ​ticket that​ ​discusses​ ​1) Their​ ​experience

assess​ ​if​ ​students were​ ​able​ ​to accurately​ ​solve​ ​for the​ ​missing number(s).

summatively

.​ ​In​ ​it,

 

( formative).​ ​ ​They

 

with​ ​the​ ​process, 2)​ ​The​ ​connections they​ ​make​ ​to​ ​our cultures postmortem rituals,​ ​and​ ​3)​ ​If they​ ​can​ ​identify​ ​3 key​ ​parts​ ​of​ ​the mummification process.

they​ ​will​ ​list​ ​at least​ ​three​ ​rules they​ ​would​ ​inforce, two​ ​activities​ ​they would​ ​participate in,​ ​and​ ​how​ ​they would​ ​leave​ ​their legacy.

will​ ​be​ ​required​ ​to list​ ​the​ ​major​ ​gods, their​ ​functions, and​ ​make connections​ ​to previously​ ​studied material​ ​(i.e., roles).

 

unit​ ​(

summative

).

 

Res./

​ ​​The​ ​Kane Chronicles:​​The Complete​ ​Series​ ​​by Rick​​Riordan This​​book​​follows​​two siblings​​as​​they discover​​Egyptian culture​​with​​the​​help​​of their​​father​​who​​is​​an Egyptologist.

Mummy​​Math:

“A​​Pharaoh’s​​Guide” by​​Catherine Chambers.​ ​​In​ ​this book​​students​​will​​get the​​opportunity​​to explore​​what​​it​​took​​to be​​a​​Pharaoh​​in Ancient​​Egypt.

​ ​​3D​ ​Luxor​ ​Temple https://discoveringegypt .com/rebuilding-ancient

​​N/A

Mat.

Adventures​​in Geometry​ ​​by​ ​Cindy Neuschwander This​​story​​explore geometry​​through​​the world​​of​​an​​interactive Egypt.

xor-temple/ Using​​this​​website students​​will​​get​​to

explore​​a​​3D

 

Number​​Stories​​of

 

reconstruction​​of​​the

Mummification

Long​​Ago​​by​​David

A​​Cry​​From​​Egypt (The​​Promised​​Land) (Volume​ ​1)​ ​​by​ ​Hope Auer This​​story​​shows students​​a​​glimpse​​of what​​it​​was​​like​​to​​be​​a slave​​in​​Egypt.

Luxor​​Temples.​​This

 

Eugene​​Smith​​(PDF

ebook)

includes​​a​​video​​and

 

pictures​​of​​what​​it

This​​book​​gives

students​​the

would​​have​​looked​​like.

This​​is​​an​​interactive

website​​that​​students

This​​is​​a​​website​​that

has​​a​​magazine​​that

teachers​​can​​use​​to

opportunity​​to​​explore

how​​Ancient​​math

helped​​shaped

Treasury​​of​​Egyptian

Mythology:​​Classic

Stories​​of​​Gods,

Goddesses,​​Monsters

can​​use​​to​​learn​​and

explore​​the

mummification​​process.

help​​plan​​a​​literacy

lesson​​over​​ancient

civilizations.

Cleopatra​​Rules!:​​The

&​​Mortals​​(National

Activity​​Book

Egypt.

 

Amazing​​Life​​of​​the

Geographic​ ​Kids)​ ​​by Donna​​Jo​​Napoli This​​book​​gives students​​an​​inside​​look at​​the​​world​​of​​Egyptian Mythology.

Math​​Games

Original​​Teen​​Queen

​ ​​The​ ​Awesome Egyptians​​(Horrible Histories)​​by​​Terry Deary This​​is​​a​​collection​​of stories​​about​​important people​​from​​Ancient Egypt.

by​​Vicky​​Alvear

Shecter

This​​activity​​book​​has

This​​website​​gives​​an

An​​inside​​look​​as​​to

ton​​of​​activities​​and

overview​​of​​Egyptian

what​​is​​was​​like​​to​​be​​a

crafts​​for​​teachers​​to

math​​and​​then​​students

teen​​ruler​​in​​Ancient

 

have​​student​​do​​and

can​​use​​it​​to​​explore

Egypt

Egyptian​​gods

create.

different​​games​​and

activities​​to​​do​​with

 

Egyptian​​math.

Crash​​Course:

This​​website​​gives

Ancient​​Egypt

Egyptian​​Math

students​​a​​complete

problems

rundown​​of​​all​​the

This​​video​​gives​​a

“crash​​course”​​of

Egyptian​​gods​​and

pictures​​of​​them.

Egyptian​​culture,

history,​​and​​geography.

ml

 

This​​a​​website​​where

Ancient​​Egypt​​Song by​​Mr.​​Nicky

students​​can​​practice

solving​​Egyptian

math​​problems.

This​​song​​is​​a​​great

Mini​​Lesson​​of

introduction​​for

students​​about​​the

Egyptian​​Math

world​​of​​Ancient​​Egypt.

It​​is​​also​​to​​a​​familiar

tune​​that​​will​​peak

student​​interest.

Mini​​lesson​​for

teachers​​to​​use​​and

edit​​to​​help​​students

understand​​Egyptian

math​​and​​relate​​to

the​​math​​they​​are

learning​​today. http://math.schaubro eck.net/files/egyptian _math_worksheet.pdf Cites.
learning​​today.
http://math.schaubro
eck.net/files/egyptian
_math_worksheet.pdf
Cites.
http://courses.educ.ubc.ca/cite/socials/projects/Ancient%20Egypt.pdf

Unit​​Resources

EDEL​​460

Seth​​Dills​​&​​Miranda​​Woodworth

Reading

Children’s​​Literature

Student​​Resources

Teacher​​Resources

“A​ ​Pharaoh’s​ ​Guide”​ ​by​ ​Catherine​ ​Chambers.​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​​ ​​ ​​ ​In this​​book​​students​​will​​get​​the​​opportunity​​to explore​​what​​it​​took​​to​​be​​a​​Pharaoh​​in​​Ancient Egypt.

3D​​Luxor​​Temple

 

emple/ Using​​this​​website​​students​​will​​get​​to​​explore​​a

 

3D​​reconstruction​​of​​the​​Luxor​​Temples.​​This

includes​​a​​video​​and​​pictures​​of​​what​​it​​would

have​​looked​​like.

Treasury​​of​​Egyptian​​Mythology:​​Classic Stories​​of​​Gods,​​Goddesses,​​Monsters​​& Mortals​ ​(National​ ​Geographic​ ​Kids)​ ​​by​ ​Donna Jo​​Napoli This​​book​​gives​​students​​an​​inside​​look​​at​​the world​​of​​Egyptian​​Mythology.

Egyptian​​gods

This​​website​​gives​​students​​a​​complete​​rundown

This​​is​​a​​website​​that​​has​​a​​magazine​​that

of​​all​​the​​Egyptian​​gods​​and​​pictures​​of​​them.

teachers​​can​​use​​to​​help​​plan​​a​​literacy​​lesson

over​​ancient​​Egypt.

The​ ​Kane​ ​Chronicles:​ ​The​ ​Complete​ ​Series​ ​​by Rick​​Riordan This​​book​​follows​​two​​siblings​​as​​they​​discover Egyptian​​culture​​with​​the​​help​​of​​their​​father​​who is​​an​​Egyptologist.

mummification

Blog​​Post

This​​website​​shows​​students​​videos​​of​​what​​the

This​​is​​a​​blog​​post​​that​​has​​a​​list​​of​​different

mummification​​process​​looked​​like​​and​​the​​steps

literacy​​resources​​that​​teachers​​can​​use​​such​​as

 

that​​went​​into​​it.

books​​and​​maps​​about​​Egypt.

You​​Wouldn't​​Want​​to​​Be​​Cleopatra!:​​An Egyptian​ ​Ruler​ ​You'd​ ​Rather​ ​Not​ ​Be​ ​​by​ ​Jim Pipe,​​David​​Antram This​​is​​story​​that​​shows​​students​​that​​it's​​not​​easy living​​in​​the​​palace.​​From​​family​​betrayals​​to Roman​​generals​​you​​will​​discover​​it's​​not​​easy being​​Cleopatra!

Mummification

 

This​​is​​an​​interactive​​website​​that​​students​​can

use​​to​​learn​​and​​explore​​the​​mummification

process.

Math

Children’s​​Literature

Student​​Resources

Teacher​​Resources

Mummy​ ​Math:​ ​Adventures​ ​in​ ​Geometryb​​ y Cindy​​Neuschwander This​​story​​explore​​geometry​​through​​the​​world​​of an​​interactive​​Egypt.

Math​​Games

Ancient​​Egypt​​Mathematics

This​​website​​gives​​an​​overview​​of​​Egyptian​​math

and​​then​​students​​can​​use​​it​​to​​explore​​different

This​​resource​​gives​​a​​background​​on​​the​​math​​of

 

games​​and​​activities​​to​​do​​with​​Egyptian​​math.

Ancient​​Egypt​​for​​teachers​​to​​use​​to​​help​​teach

their​​classroom.

Number​​Stories​​of​​Long​​Ago​​by​​David

Egyptian​​Math​​problems

Mini​​Lesson​​of​​Egyptian​​Math

Eugene​​Smith​​(PDF​​ebook)

This​​book​​gives​​students​​the​​opportunity​​to

explore​​how​​Ancient​​math​​helped​​shaped

This​​a​​website​​where​​students​​can​​practice

civilizations.

solving​​Egyptian​​math​​problems.

Mini​​lesson​​for​​teachers​​to​​use​​and​​edit​​to

help​​students​​understand​​Egyptian​​math​​and

relate​​to​​the​​math​​they​​are​​learning​​today.

 

Math​​Video

Lesson​​plan​​and​​activity

This​​video​​explains​​to​​students​​a​​little​​about

how​​the​​math​​systems​​worked​​in​​Ancient

This​​website​​gives​​teachers​​ideas,

times.

resources,​​and​​supplies​​to​​help​​them​​create

a​​lesson​​centered​​around​​how​​ancient

Egyptians​​did​​math.

 

Extending​​Knowledge

Math​​Worksheet

Teachers​ ​can​ ​use​ ​this​ ​resource​ ​to​ ​help​ ​them have​ ​students​ ​practice​ ​math​ ​skills​ ​using hieroglyphics​ ​as​ ​a​ ​part​ ​of​ ​their​ ​math problems.

Students​​can​​use​​this​​website​​to​​learn​​more

about​​how​​Ancient​​Egyptians​​used​​math​​in

their​​daily​​lives.

Social​ ​Studies

Children’s​​Literature

Student​​Resources

Teacher​​Resources

A​​Cry​​From​​Egypt​​(The​​Promised​​Land) (Volume​ ​1)​ ​​by​ ​Hope​ ​Auer This​​story​​shows​​students​​a​​glimpse​​of​​what​​it was​​like​​to​​be​​a​​slave​​in​​Egypt.

Tomb​​of​​the​​unknown​​mummy

Students​​get​​to​​explore​​the​​tomb​​of​​an​​unknown

This​​activity​​book​​has​​ton​​of​​activities​​and​​crafts

 

mummy.

for​​teachers​​to​​have​​student​​do​​and​​create.

​ ​​The​ ​Awesome​ ​Egyptians​ ​(Horrible​ ​Histories) by​​Terry​​Deary This​​is​​a​​collection​​of​​stories​​about​​important people​​from​​Ancient​​Egypt.

Ancient​​Egypt​​Song​​by​​Mr.​​Nicky

This​​song​​is​​a​​great​​introduction​​for​​students

about​​the​​world​​of​​Ancient​​Egypt.​​It​​is​​also​​to​​a

This​​is​​a​​website​​that​​has​​a​​lesson​​plan​​that

 

familiar​​tune​​that​​will​​peak​​student​​interest.

teachers​​can​​take​​and​​modify​​and​​edit​​to​​fit​​the

needs​​of​​the​​particular​​lesson​​the​​teacher​​is

wanting​​to​​teach.

Cleopatra​​Rules!:​​The​​Amazing​​Life​​of​​the Original​ ​Teen​ ​Queen​ ​​by​ ​Vicky​ ​Alvear​ ​Shecter An​​inside​​look​​as​​to​​what​​is​​was​​like​​to​​be​​a​​teen ruler​​in​​Ancient​​Egypt

Crash​​Course:​​Ancient​​Egypt

Blog​​Post

This​​video​​gives​​a​​“crash​​course”​​of​​Egyptian

culture,​​history,​​and​​geography.

This​​blog​​post​​shows​​how​​a​​teacher​​can​​help

 

students​​create​​an​​interactive​​notebook​​that

takes​​them​​through​​time.

   

This​​is​​a​​kit​​that​​teachers​​can​​use​​to​​turn​​their

classroom​​into​​an​​escape​​room​​for​​their​​students

to​​discover​​more​​about​​Ancient​​Egypt.