Lessons on Ancient Egypt

Who built the pyramids and how were they made? What is a mummy and why did the ancient Egyptians have such a fascination with the dead? For over 2,000 years, Egypt was one of the greatest civilisations of the ancient world. Today, people still flock to Egypt with an overwhelming desire and fascination to see what is left of a once-great empire.

In this section, you will be able to find professional teaching and learning resources that are easily useable in any face-to-face classroom or online class. Student activities can be found in every PowerPoint and Worksheet. Each resource has been designed by a qualified and experienced History teacher who has used the lesson plan in the classroom. Each resource has received positive feedback from students.

Daily Life for Ancient Egyptians Research Task

Daily Life for Ancient Egyptians Research Task

This Daily Life for Ancient Egyptians Research Task provides an overview of the Daily Life of Men and Women in […]

Daily Life of Men and Women in Ancient Egypt Worksheet

Daily Life of Men and Women in Ancient Egypt Worksheet

This Daily Life of Men and Women in Ancient Egypt Worksheet accompanies the film “The Hidden History of Egypt With […]

Ancient Egypt Geography

Geographical Setting and Natural Features of Ancient Egypt

Geographical Setting and Natural Features of Ancient Egypt ancient history lesson includes an overview of Ancient Egypt’s Geographical Setting and […]

Ancient Egypt Source Analysis Medical Practices

Ancient Egypt Source Analysis Medical Practices

This ancient history lesson ‘Ancient Egypt Source Analysis Medical Practices’ provides an overview of medical practices used during the ancient […]

Ancient Egyptian Mummies and Pyramids

Ancient Egyptian Mummies and Pyramids

This Ancient Egyptian Mummies and Pyramids ancient history lesson includes an overview of Ancient Egyptian Mummies and the Pyramids. The […]

An Introduction to Ancient Egypt

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Significant Individual Research Assessment on Ancient Egypt

Significant Individual Research Assessment on Ancient Egypt

Significant Individual Research Assessment on Ancient Egypt lesson allows students to research a Significant Individual of Ancient Egypt in more […]

Social Classes of Ancient Egypt

Social Classes of Ancient Egypt

Social Classes of Ancient Egypt lesson includes an overview of Ancient Social Classes of Ancient Egypt. The focus of this […]

Organisation Government and laws of Ancient Egypt

Organisation, Government and laws of Ancient Egypt

Organisation Government and laws of Ancient Egypt ancient history lesson idea focuses on Upper and Lower Pharaohs, the organisation of […]

Ancient Egyptian Legacies

Ancient Egyptian Legacies

This Ancient Egyptian Legacies ancient history lesson includes an overview of Ancient Egyptian Pyramids and their legacy. The focus of […]

Ancient Egypt Crossword Worksheet

Ancient Egypt Crossword Worksheet is a professional-looking student worksheet. This puzzle is great as a vocabulary builder, review, or enhanced […]

Inundation of Ancient Egypt

Religion of Ancient Egypt

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Inundation of Ancient Egypt

Inundation of Ancient Egypt

Inundation of Ancient Egypt history lesson includes an overview of Ancient Egypt and the Inundation of the Nile River. The […]

Ancient Egyptian Word Jumble Worksheet

Ancient Egyptian Word Jumble Worksheet

This Ancient Egyptian Word Jumble Worksheet introduces students to key words about Ancient Egypt during the time of the Pharaohs. […]

Hatshepsut and Rameses II Student Worksheet

Hatshepsut and Rameses II Student Worksheet

Hatshepsut and Rameses II Student Worksheet includes an overview of Ancient Significant Individual of Ancient Egypt including both Hatshepsut and […]

Ancient Egypt Find-a-word

Ancient Egypt Find-a-word

This Ancient Egypt Find-a-word activity includes an introduction to key words on Ancient Egypt during the time of the Pharaohs. […]

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