“Whosoever teaches his son teaches not only his son but also his son’s son—and so on to the end of generations.” ~Talmud
A collection of Ancient Egypt leaning links, based on state standards. Recommended for students in Grade 6.
- Pharaohs in Ancient Egypt
- Hammurabi’s Code
- Egyptian Art
- Queen Hatshepsut and Rameses the Great
- Meroe and Kush
- African Economy and Egypt
- Hieroglyphics and Cuneiform
Ancient Egypt Projects
- Afterlife Drawing
- Build a Shaduf
- Seals and Sealings
- Mesopotamian Plate
- Egyptian Relief Carving
The Persian Empire and Ancient Israel
- Monotheism and Polytheism
- The Ten Commandments
- The Talmud
- Moses and the Jews in Egypt
- Babylonian Captivity
- Cyrus the Great and the Persian Empire
- First and Second Jewish Revolts
Age of Empires Online – This free-to-play online game allows students to explore world history, learning how empires rise and fall in the process. Persian and Egyptian civilizations are included. One of the most powerful empires in ancient times, Persia controlled much of the known world and influenced culture around the globe, while Egypt boasts advanced medicine, agriculture, and art, as well as undeniable military prowess. The fate of an empire is in your hands – discover what kind of commander you were born to be.
Egyptian Tomb Adventure – Do you dare descend into the mummy’s tomb?
The Three Pyramids – The Three Pyramids in the game are based on real Ancient Egyptian pyramids. Accompanying the game are downloadable activity sheets and a quiz. Courtesy of National Museums Scotland.