This biblical guide to Egyptian history was written with the goal to have students see that God is involved in all of history, and to give them a well-laid foundation for more advanced history studies. Using a number of suggested primary texts as the starting point for this curriculum, lessons are organized with the suggested readings (with nicely added notes to alert parents to pages that approach material from an evolutionary perspective, along with ideas to counteract, or just skip, it), vocabulary lists, lists of people & places, a chapter outline, discussion questions, and ideas for related interdisciplinary study. Assignment charts, games, and other forms are interspersed throughout. 46 student-reproducible pages, softcover. Elementary grades.
Suggested Primary Texts The Pharoahs of Ancient Egypt by Elizabeth Payne (Landmark Book) How Would You Survive as an Ancient Egyptian by Jacqueline Morley Deserts by Angela Wilkes Pyramid by David Macaulay Tut's Mummy-Lost.and Found by Judy Donnelly (Step into Reading Series) Mummies Made in Egypt by Aliki Brandenberg
Reference Books for Older Children: The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Egypt Ancient Egypt by Geraldine Harris (Facts on File)
Historical Fiction: Mara, Daughter of the Nile and The Golden Goblet by Eloise Jarvis McGraw
Games & Kits: Ancient Egypt Treasure Chest by Running Press Make This Egyptian Temple by Usborne Publishing.
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