The History of Mathematics. Ancient Egyptian Mathematics.
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Learn about Ancient Egypt by having an Egyptian Day in your classroom! Our post has plenty of cross-curricular ideas to try with your children. These ideas could also be used as part of History lessons in a week, month or term. Remember to download our popular Egyptians resource pack too! Teaching Ideas and Resources: English.
Challenge yourself with this fun and interactive Year 5 and Year 6 General Knowledge Quiz! The questions range from mixing colours, to the year that the second World War started, so you may need to dig deep into everything you know!
Ancient Greek Olympics. In 776 B.C.E, about three thousand years ago, the first Olympic Games took place. Originally, the games were part of a religious festival to honor Zeus. He was the god of the sky and the leader of the Greek gods who lived on Mount Olympus, the highest mountain in Greece. Where Were the Ancient Olympics Held? The Olympics was one of four all-Greek (Pan Hellenic) games.
Ancient Egypt. A masterpiece! You can find out information from the evidence itself, play the games that the Egyptians played, find out about the Ancient Egyptians through stories and artefacts. For children 7 - 13 years of age this would be our first choice!
Ancient Egypt is a fascinating subject for children, who love to learn about the Sphinx, the pyramids, the tombs, and mummification (and all the gory details of how it was done!) You will find many ideas to explore the theme below, as well as printables to use in your school and home projects, and links to keep the kids amused when you have run out of Activity Village activities!