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Re: Egypt


From: KPRS (kprs_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Mar 04 2001 - 15:58:40 PST

I bet if you use the sheetrock (wall board) that someone else mentioned,
and took the paper off, you could simulate a "wall" to do heiraglyphs on
that would be easy to carve out. Also look up stela, and they could do
one of those, which would make it a smaller kind of thing.

If you have the brown kraft paper on the roll (which granted isn't cheap
anymore), you could have them work in teams. They would trace one kid on
it, and then take that outline and make it into a sarcophagus lid,
painting it with tempras.

If you have accessibility to clay, they could make clay figures that
could have been placed in tombs, as well as jars, and other utensils.

San D wrote:

> Anyone have any good ideas for a 6th grade Egyptian unit?
> Thanks!!!
> Jill (BT) ---