Ancient Egypt is a reference book suitable for early to mid-elementary school students, grades 1-4. This is suitable for use as a reference for projects and as a learning tool, designed to be read aloud to early grades or to be read by older grades.
More resources associated with this module, including a teachers guide can be found here: https://www.coreknowledge.org/free-resource/ckhg-unit-3-ancient-egypt/
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Ancient Egypt Sample Page and Table of Contents
The Nile River – 2
Pharaohs and Everyday People – 5
Pyramids and Mummies – 8
Gods and Goddesses – 13
Egyptian Writing – 16
Tutankhamen – 19
Hatshepsut – 23
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