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Ancient Egypt Informational Text Posters

This series of 11 Informational Text Posters written in simple language will help your students learn basic facts about various topics of Ancient Egyptian history. Key vocabulary is highlighted in bold text, so students can identify the content words. Topics include: King Tut Cleopatra Egyptian Pyramids The Great Sphinx Hieroglyphics Mummies Sarcophagus Camels Ancient Egyptian Cats I've also included a cover page and a scavenger hunt.

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Ancient Egypt Informational Text Graphic Organizers

This packet contains everything you need to help your students with informational reading and writing about Ancient Egypt. There are over 50 differentiated graphic organizers and writing templates for students to use while they are studying Ancient Egypt.

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Ancient Egypt Gods - Egyptian Mythology - Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt

The Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt: Information, Notes,and Foldable Activity

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Ancient Egypt Informational Readings with Questions CCSS 4-6

Four motivational readings about ancient Egypt. Includes a variety of comprehension questions. The topics are Mummies, Anubis, Tomb Curses, and King Tut's Tomb. Aligned with CCSS for both Informational Reading and History/Social Studies 4-6. High interest materials may be appropriate for 7-8th and one buyer used it for advanced 3rd grade readers.

nformation, history facts, and activities on Ancient Egypt for school-age children..

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Embalm your Own Egyptian Mummy On-Line

Mummification process online game, suitable for early childhood! My kids are making a mummy craft and this is a great warm up interactive Smart Board lesson!

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Informational Text Comprehension- Ancient Egypt using Gail Gibbons Read Aloud

Fun & unique vocabulary and comprehension activities based on the Gail Gibbons book!


A great historical novel that appeals to all, even us non-historians. I followed this with two more of Ms. Moran's books, Cleopatra's Daughter, and The Heretic Queen.