6th Grade Study of Ancient Egypt
Discover an ancient language spoken through art! Interpret an image from ancient Egyptian art and then create one of your own with this history sheet.
This worksheet offers a few facts about the Sphinx in Egypt, like that it's more than three thousand years old. Then it's up to you to decide: why was the Sphinx built?
Have you heard of the Lighthouse of Alexandria? On this sheet students can read a few interesting facts about it then consider life and inventions in ancient times.
Get acquainted with ancient Egypt hieroglyphics. Then your student can read and write their own name in hieroglyphs!
Here's a brief look at ancient Egypt's defenses, like the natural shield of the desert surrounding it.
Get acquainted with one of ancient Egypt's most well-known pharaohs: King Tut, the youngest pharaoh. Your student can read a few interesting facts about him.
Follow up learning about ancient Egypt with a word search that features some great vocabulary about ancient Egyptian life.
If you could design a headress fit for a queen what would it look like? Try it out with this worksheet and learn interesting Queen Nefertiti facts you might not have known before.
The ability to paraphrase is a valuable skill! Help your child learn to put informational text in her own words, with this passage about the Nile River.
The Valley of the Kings was the resting place of many pharoahs of Egypt. Check out the simplified map on this worksheet, can you find Tutenkhamun's site?
Learn about one of the important pharoahs of ancient Egypt: Queen Hatshepsut.
Travel back in time to the age of pharaohs and mummies! Your middle schooler will get a fun, hands-on history lesson with this paper project.