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Ancient Egyptian Life

This history scheme of work for Key Stage Two gets the children to investigate the growth and development of the Ancient Egyptian civilization by exploring and recording information about historical artefacts using primary and secondary sources. The class can record what the objects can tell historians about life in the past.

Investigate the growth and development of the Ancient Egyptian civilization by exploring and recording information about historical artefacts using primary and secondary sources

Lesson One : History Research

Use historical artefacts to suggest answers to a range of different questions about Ancient Egypt

Lesson Two : Daily Life

Use a range of different primary sources to investigate aspects of daily life in Ancient Egypt

Lesson Three : Gods and Goddesses

Investigate and record the religious beliefs of the Ancient Egyptians in different gods and goddesses

Lesson Four : Hieroglyphics

Explore and illustrate how the Ancient Egyptians communicated by writing in hieroglyphics

Lesson Five : Ancient Egyptian Tombs

Investigate and report on the discovery of some Ancient Egyptian artefacts found inside tombs

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