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Room 7 Kirklandneuk

Monday, March 28, 2011

Open Evening

We have been working very hard over the last few weeks preparing for our Ancient Egyptians open evening. We invited our parents and carers to our classroom on Tuesday night to see all our work that we have been doing in class.



Here we are with our fancy headbands that we made for our evening. The girls had a cleopatra style wig band and the boys designed a cobra on the front of theirs.

Here is our Shabtis which we modelled from clay. Ancient Egyptians buried these with Pharaohs as they believed they would become their servants in the afterlife.


These Canopic jars would hold vital organs when a body was mummified. Ours look very fancy. What do you think?

Here are our Scarab Beetles. We used tissue paper and tin foil for the bodies. They looked very colourful.



We spent a long time creating an Egyptian scene inside a shoebox. We did this as part of a homework task that lasted 3 weeks. Our teachers were very proud of our work and took lots of pictures of them.





Learning about the Egyptians has been hard work but we also had great fun. We are excited to start a new topic after the Easter holidays.

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