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MAKING REED BOATS FOR THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS
We have learned how important the River Nile was to the Ancient Egyptians for food production and farming, hunting, drinking and transporting heavy materials as well as people.
We worked in pairs to make a 'reed' boat similar to simple fishing boats used by the Ancient Egyptians. We challenged ourselves attaching all the sections, a mast and paddle. Our boats are protected by the Eye of Ra!
Knotting good knots was a real challenge!
HAWTHORN HOMEWORK - TO RESEARCH SOME ASPECT OF THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS
We selected from pharoahs or pyramids - anything that interested us and then we presented to the class. Our classmates jotted down any new facts they had learnt.
Key Stage 2 have had great fun finding out all about the gruesome gory details of mummification in Ancient Egyptian times. We read lots about it, watched video clips and played games. We have written our own explanation texts about the different stages in the process of mummification and then had the opportunity to try out making our own mummies on some very obliging classmates!