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Ancient Egyptians in primary

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Resources for teaching about Tutankhamun and Ancient Egypt for primary pupils

Hand-picked resources to support primary-aged pupils discover more about Ancient Egypt

Learning about the ancient Egyptians is usually one of the most memorable and exciting topics for primary children. From investigation into the discovery and lives of Egyptian pharaohs to exploring ancient religious practices and traditions such as mummification and Egyptian Gods of worship, there's so much to satisfy enquiring minds.

If you're looking for a fascinating project to engage children, this hand-picked collection of resources is perfect for young historians.

Exploring Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt song about Tutankhamun

Ancient Egypt song about Tutankhamun

Ancient Egyptians

Ancient Egyptians

Ancient Egypt instructions for mummification

Ancient Egypt instructions for mummification

My Cartouche - Egyptian Writing

My Cartouche - Egyptian Writing

Ancient Egyptian God Fact File

Ancient Egyptian God Fact File

Make Your Own Canopic Jars

Make Your Own Canopic Jars

Ancient Egypt Gods and Goddesses - Create

Ancient Egypt Gods and Goddesses - Create

Ancient Egyptians Interactive Quiz

Ancient Egyptians Interactive Quiz

The River Nile Ancient Egypt

The River Nile Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt Escape Room Activity

Ancient Egypt Escape Room Activity

Displays and visual aids.

Egyptian Social Pyramid

Egyptian Social Pyramid

Ancient Egyptian Amulets and their meanings

Ancient Egyptian Amulets and their meanings

Egyptian pharaohs - table points group names with facts! Display posters for each Pharaoh - KS2

Egyptian pharaohs - table points group names with facts! Display posters for each Pharaoh - KS2

Ancient Egyptian Colour Poster Set

Ancient Egyptian Colour Poster Set

Ancient Egypt Gods and Goddesses Posters

Ancient Egypt Gods and Goddesses Posters

Ancient Egypt Map

Ancient Egypt Map

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Free Ancient Egypt Printables and Worksheets for Kids

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Ancient history is a topic that is frequently taught in elementary school and again in high school. These Ancient Egypt printables and worksheets will help students learn about the history, culture, and geography of this ancient civilization.

I am a big fan of using hands-on educational ideas whenever possible, but sometimes a printable or worksheet is useful. They are a way for students to work independently and show what they have learned.

These Ancient Egypt printables and worksheets are a great addition to an Ancient History unit study. Save this post so you can always find these resources to add to your lesson plans.

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All of these Ancient Egypt printables and worksheets are free at the time of publishing, but I can not guarantee that they will stay that way because I do not control these resources.

  • Hieroglyphics

Kids usually enjoy learning to decode and write in hieroglyphics.

Ancient Egypt Hieroglyphics Decoding Worksheet Activity – These printable Ancient Egypt worksheets contain a hieroglyphics code, words to decode, and space to write your own message.

Write Your Name in Hieroglyphics – This printable hieroglyphic code shows symbols for each letter of the English alphabet. Kids can write their names and the names of their family and friends in hieroglyphics.

Hieroglyphic Answers – Students can answer a few questions using hieroglyphics.

Ancient Egypt Maps

Blank Ancient Egypt Map – Students can color and label notable regions and areas of Ancient Egypt with this free printable map.

Mapping Ancient Egypt – Kids can pretend to be cartographers with this printable activity. They will color and label a map of Egypt and a map key.

Ancient Egypt and Surrounding Areas – This printable activity asks students to color and label key places on a map.

Flooding Season Map – Students will draw and describe three seasonal changes in the Nile River in Egypt.

Ancient Egypt Unit Research Activity Templates – Learning to research and present the findings is a useful educational skill. Students will use these templates to organize and display their research on famous ancient Egyptians. There are templates for:

  • Thutmose III
  • Queen Hatshepsut
  • Ramses the Great
  • Blank – so students can research the figure of their choice

Fact-Finding Notebooking Pages – These notebooking pages encourage kids to research a variety of people and topics related to Egyptian history. On each page, they will write 4 things they learned and found interesting.

Ancient Egypt Notes – These two-page doodle note papers have space for students to take notes on Ancient Egyptian culture and geography.

Ancient Egypt Timeline – Students will create an Ancient Egypt timeline. Then they will color-code historical periods and highlight significant events.

Build a Pyramid Craft – This simple Ancient Egypt printable will show kids how to construct a pyramid.

Ancient Egypt Review Game – This printable review game will require a few students to play, but could be a fun way to review Ancient Egypt vocabulary. The game is similar to the game Headbandz. Kids will hold a card to their heads without looking at it. Their teammate will offer clues and definitions to see if the other player can guess the word.

Word List – This Ancient Egypt word list printable features cards with Egypt words and pictures. It would be a great way to tie language arts activities into an Ancient Egypt unit study. Kids could spell the words, hang them in a writing center, put them in alphabetical order, or use them as writing prompts.

Mummification Process – Students will arrange the photo cards to show the steps in the mummification process.

Social Pyramid Origami – Students will show what they know about social roles on each pyramid level.

God and Goddess Social Media – Kids can create a pretend social media account for an Ancient Egyptian god or goddess. They will create a username, profile picture, and a post. This is a creative way to see what they know about each god or goddess.

Ancient Egyptian Death Mask – This blank death mask can be used to recreate a famous death mask or it can be used to create a fictional death mask.

Reading Passages and Reading Comprehension

Easy Teacher Worksheets has a collection of reading comprehension printables that are all about Ancient Egypt. Kids can learn history while developing reading comprehension skills.

Topics include:

  • Tutankhamun
  • The Pyramids
  • Canopic Jars
  • Agriculture in Ancient Egypt
  • Ancient Egyptian Gods
  • Growing Up in Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt Cleopatra Reading Comprehension – Students will read a few paragraphs about Cleopatra and then demonstrate that they understood the passage with two short quizzes.

Ancient Egypt Farming Seasons Reading Comprehension – Students will read a few pages about the agricultural year in Ancient Egypt. After they have finished reading, they will show what they have learned by answering vocabulary and comprehension questions.

Egyptian Coloring Pages

Ancient Egypt Elements – This coloring page is great for young kids who are learning about Ancient Egypt.

Coloring Pages and Word Searches – This set of Ancient Egypt Printables contains a few coloring pages and a word search.

Ancient Egypt Placemat – The British Museum has put together a great printable Ancient Egypt coloring page that can be used as a placemat (if laminated to protect against spills).

I hope these free printables are helpful!

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Egyptian life and culture

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Who were the Egyptians?

Egypt is a country in Africa. People have lived in that region for thousands and thousands of years. The Ancient Egyptians settled around the Nile River, and built pyramids that you can still see there today.

The Ancient Egyptians knew a lot about maths, medicine and farming. They also made their own paper out of reeds called papyrus, and wrote using pictures called hieroglyphics.

Top 10 facts

  • The Egyptians settled in northeast Africa, and that’s where the country of Egypt is today.
  • They lived in a very dry area, but they got water from the Nile River (the longest river in the world!) so they could grow crops.
  • Farming techniques to water crops included using machines like the sakia and the shaduf – these are still used in Egypt today.
  • The Egyptians created paper using reeds, called papyrus. They wrote using pictures called hieroglyphics that stood for different words.
  • Only certain people studied how to write, and they worked as scribes.
  • Scribes were ranked in the middle of the order of social groups in Egypt – the pharaoh was at the very top of this list, and slaves were at the very bottom.
  • The Egyptians built pyramids as places to bury their kings and queens, who were called pharaohs.
  • The Egyptians were very good at maths – they had to be, to work out how to build pyramids so perfectly!
  • Both men and women wore make-up. The wealthier people were, the more make-up they’d wear.
  • Egypt was conquered by Rome and became part of the Roman Empire .

Egyptian timeline

  • c7500 BC People began to build homes and farm in the Nile Valley
  • c3000 BC Hieroglyphics started to be used
  • c2950 BC Upper and Lower Egypt were united into one kingdom by King Narmer (or Menes), and Memphis became the capital

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  • 2600-2150 BC The Old Kingdom
  • 2181-2055 BC First Intermediate Period
  • 2055-1650 BC Middle Kingdom
  • 1650-1500 BC Second Intermediate Period
  • 1500-1070 BC The New Kingdom
  • 1473-1458 BC Queen Hatshepsut ruled

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  • 1279-1213 BC King Rameses II ruled
  • 1069-664 BC Third Intermediate Period
  • 669 BC Egypt was conquered by the Assyrians
  • 664-332 BC Late Period
  • 525 BC Egypt was conquered by the Persians
  • 332 BC Alexander the Great from Greece conquered Egypt and founded Alexandria
  • 196 BC The writings on the Rosetta Stone were carved
  • 51-30 BC Cleopatra VII ruled; she was the last pharaoh

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  • The Egyptians made paper from reeds called papyrus – it’s where we get the word ‘paper’ from! It took a long time to make papyrus, but it was easier than carrying around heavy clay tablets, which is what they did before.
  • They wrote in pictures called hieroglyphics . Each picture means something so when you see a few different kinds of pictures in a row, you know what the writer is trying to say.
  • The Egyptians used pictures for writing numbers too – different pictures stood for units, tens and hundreds.
  • The Egyptians were very advanced at maths – they figured out how to work out tricky problems that helped other people after them understand more about maths. In fact, people who lived in other countries even knew that the Egyptians were the best at maths!
  • The Egyptians made most of their clothes from linen, which is fabric that’s made from plants. They’d use different things to colour it, such as saffron to make it yellow and indigo to make it blue.
  • Egyptians would shave their heads and wear wigs instead!
  • Ancient Egyptians had a huge amount of respect for cats, and for a type of dog called a jackal. They also thought scarab beetles were very important; they represented rebirth and life after death.
  • Egyptians loved perfume, and would wear it in solid cones on their head – the cones would melt during the day and keep them smelling nice when the weather was very hot.
  • Both men and women wore make-up, black and green on their eyes and eyelashes, and red rouge for their cheeks.

Egyptian gallery:

  • The Rosetta stone
  • The Egyptian pharaoh Ramses
  • An Egyptian tomb
  • An image of the pharaoh Tutankhamen
  • An engraving from the temple at Luxor
  • The pyramid at Giza
  • Amun-her-khepeshef, the son of Pharaoh Ramesses II and Queen Nefertari
  • Hieroglyphs
  • Illustrations of Egyptian figures
  • Can you spot the Sphinx?
  • Edfu Temple
  • An Egyptian pharaoh design

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The Egyptians were very good farmers . Over the centuries, they learned the best ways to grow crops in the dry land around the Nile River – but, they’d use different kinds of machines to get water from the river to their crops so the plants would grow. Some of the machines they used are:

  • sakia – a type of water wheel that has buckets to scoop water out
  • shaduf – a long stick that had a bucket on a rope on one end, and a heavy weight on the other; to water a field, the farmer would pull down on the weighted end so the bucket would come up, then swing the whole thing around to water a field next to the river.

Because farmers grew crops near the Nile, they had to schedule their growing season around times when the Nile flooded. This happened every year during June to September, so they’d plant new crops in October that would be ready to harvest in March. By the end of May, all of the crops would have been harvested in time for the Nile to flood again.

Egyptian farmers also had oxen pull ploughs through fields. We know about their farming techniques because of the paintings that archaeologists have found that the Egyptians made. The paintings show all sorts of things that the Egyptians did, such as tending livestock and harvesting the crops.

Make-up wasn’t always worn to dress up. Some make-up had practical uses as well, like black kohl used around the eyes. It shielded eyes from the sun, and it was also a kind of disinfectant that protected against eye diseases.

The papyrus that Egyptians made came from reeds that grew along the Nile River, which were called papyrus. To make paper, they would cut papyrus reeds into strips and spend quite a few days soaking them, rolling them out and repeating that process until the reeds were very thin. All of the thin reeds would be pounded together and clamped down to dry, then polished to smooth it out – the result was a thin yet very strong sheet that was ready to be written or drawn on.

The papyrus reeds were actually used for a lot of things besides paper. It was good for making mats to put on the floor, twisting into rope, plaiting together to make boats, and weaving to make baskets and sandals. The Egyptians also ate it, and used it to make different medicines.

The Egyptians made a lot of discoveries about medicine. We know this from reading what they wrote on papyrus, discovered later by archaeologists. They understood about heartbeats and listening for a healthy pulse, and knew how the body and organs worked because of the process of making mummies . They also learned about the ways that different plants healed different illnesses and injuries, such as aloe vera being good for healing burns.

Egyptian society was ranked into different classes, called a hierarchy. You couldn’t really move up the ranks, and people would usually stay around the rank that they were born into:

  • Pharaoh – The pharaoh was at the top of the order, and thought to be a god.
  • Vizier – Every pharaoh had a vizier; they were an advisor, they ran the pharaoh’s household, they acted as a judge, and they made sure that the Egyptians had enough food.
  • Nobles and priests – Nobles included doctors, lawyers and military leaders. Priests were the ones who made sure the god in their temple was happy, and that they understood any messages the god was trying to say to them.
  • Scribes and soldiers – Scribes were the only ones who were taught how to write; people in other professions (like priests) may have studied to be a scribe as well, but they could also have just hired someone to write things down for them. Being a soldier was a choice; they were given land to live on after they finished serving in the army.
  • Craftsmen – This was a large group that included anyone who had a trade, such as potters, tailors, painters and blacksmiths.
  • Farmers and slaves – The pharaoh and nobles hired farmers to work for them, and grow crops on their land; as payment, the farmers had a place to live, clothes to wear and food to eat. Slaves were people who were captured in battles with other civilisations, and they worked in the homes of the pharaoh and nobles or in temples.

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  • Explore Ancient Egypt with an interactive exploration tool from the Children's University
  • Walk around the Sphinx, clamber inside the Great Pyramid of Giza and seek out the pharaoh's burial chamber!
  • Are you fit to rule as a pharaoh? Put your knowledge of Ancient Egypt to the test with a quiz !
  • Take an Ancient Egyptian art lesson
  • Use an interactive timeline of the Ancient Egyptian period
  • Try some Ancient Egyptian number puzzles
  • Write using a hieroglyphic typerwriter !
  • Complete an Ancient Egypt online jigsaw puzzle
  • Make your own Egyptian amulet , Egyptian mask and Egyptian costume with step-by-step guides from Hobbycraft
  • Learn how to sound out your name in hieroglyphs , just like a scribe in Ancient Egypt
  • Make a miniature cartonnage mummy case to discover how the Ancient Egyptians prepared for the journey to the afterlife
  • Write your name in hieroglyphs in a cartouche and learn some Egyptian Maths with King Khasekhem
  • Discover different aspects of life in Ancient Egypt with BBC Teach songs

Children's books about Ancient Egypt

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See for yourself

  • At the British Museum , you can see the Rosetta Stone and a statue of King Rameses II
  • See Ancient Egyptian artefacts  from the Art Institute Chicago's collection
  • Browse through a huge collection of Egyptian artefacts at the Manchester Museum
  • Look closely at Egyptian statues  in the Brooklyn Museum
  • See games from Ancient Egypt: a senet board game and a wooden toy cat

Find out more about Egyptian life and culture 

  • Watch BBC Bitesize animations about Ancient Egypt and new animations about life in Ancient Egypt on BBC Teach
  • A DKfindout! children's introduction to Ancient Egypt , with lots of diagrams and illustrations
  • Scan through an interactive timeline of Ancient Egypt
  • Read some historical fiction for kids about Ancient Egypt
  • Print out Ancient Egypt resources from the British Museum
  • Find out more about Egyptian myths
  • The history of papyrus paper
  • Join historian Greg Jenner for a  BBC Sounds kids' homeschool history lesson about Cleopatra  or a homeschool history podcast about Ancient Egyptian religion
  • Read about Ancient Egyptian inventions
  • Understand more about Ancient Egyptian gods and see Egyptian gods' animal heads
  • Explore the Ancient Egyptian number system and writing system (hieroglyphics)
  • The Egyptians' society
  • Find out about everyday life in Ancient Egypt
  • Experience a day in the life of ordinary Egyptians

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Ancient Egypt: Pyramids primary resource

Learn about the famous tombs and how they were designed (both inside and out).

This primary resource investigates some of the secrets of the Great Pyramids of Ancient Egypt . Discover what materials were used to construct the pyramids. What is the largest pyramid known as? How many years did it take to build? What did some people believe the pyramids were in the 1960s?

Pupils will learn about the famous tombs and how they were designed (both inside and out) in our National Geographic Kids’ Ancient Egyptians primary resource sheet.

The teaching resource can be used in study group tasks for learning more about the ancient pyramids and what they represent. They could be used as a printed handout for each pupil to review and highlight key information, or for display on the interactive whiteboard for class discussion. The resource can be used in conjunction with our Ancient Egyptians primary resource and our Ancient Egyptian Life resource.

Activity: Ask the children to copy the diagram showing the different chambers and areas inside the Great Pyramid of Giza onto a large piece of paper and colour it in. They could use the information provided to label their diagrams. Pupils could use the resource as a starting point for their own research, to make their own comic strip about the Ancient Egyptians.

N.B.  The following information for mapping the resource documents to the school curriculum is specifically tailored to the  English National Curriculum  and  Scottish Curriculum for Excellence . We are currently working to bring specifically tailored curriculum resource links for our other territories; including  South Africa ,  Australia  and  New Zealand . If you have any queries about our upcoming curriculum resource links, please email:  [email protected]

This History primary resource assists with teaching the following History objectives from the National Curriculum :

  • Know and understand significant aspects of the history of the wider world: the nature of ancient civilisations; the expansion and dissolution of empires; characteristic features of past non-European societies; achievements and follies of mankind.

National Curriculum Key Stage 2 History objective:

  • Pupils should be taught about: the achievements of the earliest civilizations – an overview of where and when the first civilizations appeared and a depth study of one of the following: Ancient Sumer; The Indus Valley; Ancient Egypt; The Shang Dynasty of Ancient China

This History primary resource assists with teaching the following Social Studies First level objective from the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence :

  • Having selected a significant individual from the past, I can contribute to a discussion on the influence of their actions, then and since

Scottish Curriculum for Excellence Second level Social Studies objective :

  • I can discuss why people and events from a particular time in the past were important, placing them within a historical sequence.

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