This is a collection of web sites with all sorts of interactive games, printables, classroom ideas and more, based around the history of the Ancient Egyptians. They are for assisting teachers in their planning and also for supporting children in their learning, either at home or in the classroom. If you have some great links that you would like to see on this page please send them to us for inclusion!
- The British Museum Interactive Ancient Egypt with help for teachers in the Staff Room!
- The Children’s Museum of Manchester also has a great and useful site on Ancient Egypt with games added to help children understand numbering and hieroglyphs.
- Duckster’s Ancient Egypt – Adds geographical coverage and inventions to the information on their site.
- Ancient Egypt from Woodlands School
- There are lots of games and puzzles available from Mr Donn’s Ancient Egypt
- Interactive games from the National Geographic Kids site
- Many resources made and shared by teachers can b be fund in the Primary Resources Ancient Egypt
- The BBC has made a collection of Ancient Egyptian resources focussing mainly on the use of video footage from Egypt and various museums to work through various aspects of life of the Ancient Egyptians. The videos cover:
The afterlife Daily life
Farming and food
The kings, including King Tutankhamun
The site also has suggestions for classroom use of these videos, which are all short and can be easily used in a lesson.