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Set to music, this is a video clip showing a beautiful, visual compilation on the history of Egypt.. Shows realistic clips of Egyptian history, from the times of Ancient Egypt to Howard Carter discovering King Tut's tomb in the 1920's to modern day Egypt. Would love to watch this with the kids *after* studying about Egypt. Would be a dramatic summary to all we will have learned.

video clip showing a beautiful, visual compilation on the history of Egypt. Shows realistic clips of Egyptian history, from the times of Ancient Egypt to Howard Carter discovering King Tut's tomb in the to modern day Egypt.

Cutaway showing the Mary Rose-Interactive, showing the areas where skeletons were found. Forensic scientists have recreated what some of the crew may have looked like.

The Mary Rose crew members revealed

The Mary Rose: A Tudor ship's secrets revealed. Cutaway showing the Mary Rose and forensic scientists, more used to working with murder victims, have recreated the faces of seven of the about 500 men who died when the ship sank in

Roman Honeyfingers —APICIUS, 4TH CENTURY - made these - bit like doughnuts dipped in honey and nuts. Great warm and fresh, bit heavy once cooled but kids still liked them. MC

Roman Honeyfingers —APICIUS, CENTURY - made these - bit like doughnuts dipped in honey and nuts. Great warm and fresh, bit heavy once cooled but kids still liked them.

FREE Ancient Egyptians Worksheets for Kids

FREE printable preschool worksheets to help toddler, preschool, kindergarten, and grade kids practice alphabet and math with a fun Egypt theme.

Greek Vases

My grade seven students were learning about Greece and the teacher wanted some ideas how to integrate art into this theme. Part of the unit involved writing a myth. In social studies class the student

Teaching History With Living Books - http://www.yearroundhomeschooling.com/teaching-history-living-books/

Teaching History With Living Books

Explore the impact the Romans had on Britain through their road network as part of a KS2 topic on the Romans

Explore the impact the Romans had on Britain through their road network as part of a topic on the Romans

Clues: Richard III's skeleton showed signs of horrific injuries and the curved spine also matched accounts of the humpback king

First images of tomb where Richard III could finally be laid to rest after his remains were found in a Leicester car park

A nit comb taken from the Mary Rose. Preserved nits were found still within it (nit = lice) eeewwww.

Saved from the sea, the secret Tudor hoard of the Mary Rose on display for the first time