One of my favorite subjects to teach is ancient history. There is something fascinating about the ancient world. Teaching ancient history can seem daunting. Making lesson plans, finding resources, adding some fun activities; these can cause any homeschool mom to throw up their hands in defeat.
Don't worry about all the lesson planning. I've done it for you. And, I've even included a free printable of our lesson plan.
Join me for 5 days of How To Teach Ancient Egyptian History in a Way Your Kids Will Love.
Day 1: How To Teach Ancient Egypt in a Way Your Kids Will Love Resources
On Day 1, I listed all the resources we used in our ancient Egypt unit study. Some are free. Some are from the library. Some can even be borrowed. Don’t feel like you need them all (sometimes I have too many!). And don’t forget your free printable lesson plan.
Day 2: How To Teach Ancient Egypt with Online Unit Studies
On this day, we walk through a fantastic online resource. I love online unit studies! They make it so much easier on me as homeschool mom AND I get to learn along with the kids. And don’t miss out on the coupon at the bottom of the post.
Day 3: How to teach Ancient Egypt with Living Books, Sticker Books, and Lapbooks
This is a great day to check out if your kids love sticker books and lapbooks. Some of our lapbook activities were a big hit!
Day 4: How to teach Ancient Egypt with Subscription Boxes and Kits
We may be subscription box addicts at this house! At one point we had over 6 subscription boxes coming. These are great for hands-on activities (especially if you don’t want to hunt down all the supplies).
Day 5: How to teach Ancient Egypt with Feasts
Party School Day!!! This is our favorite part of any unit study. What a great way to add memories of all our learning with food and fun!
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Jenny White says
This is so helpful! We are starting Ancient History this year, and you’ve given me LOTS of great ideas. 🙂
I love teaching history! So glad it can help.