http://ce.eng.usf.edu/pharos/wonders/ 7 Ancient World Wonders
Tour of the Great Pyramid
Pyramids & Pharoahs
Here's another site I just found (it was listed on the Well Trained Mind board).
Pyramid Maze - A printable maze of a pyramid for your students to solve and color. Egyptian art, symbols, and heiroglyphs decorate the page
The Tomb of the The Chihuahua Pharaohs We found this site invaluable in preparing our web
projects. In addition to excellent clip art and fascinating information about mummification and
archeology, there is an list of links to relevant Egyptian sites for both students and teachers.
Egypt, Land of the Pharaohs. The name inspires awe and wonder. Archaeologists have studied the remains of Egyptian civilzation for more than a century. They have uncovered many wonderful treasures and artifacts that have given us a glmpse of the lives of the ancient Egyptians. Many questions are yet to be answered. These we leave up to you, the archaeologists of the future.
At the Tomb of Tutankhamen
In Search of Tut (Front Page Schools)
Tutankhamen's Gift (lesson ideas and links)
Mr. Pitonyak's Pyramid Puzzle Math
Building a pyramid (paper) math lesson
Temple & Funerary Architecture (lesson with worksheet)
Great Pyramid Mystery Solved!
Color Me Egypt - Click on an image to print an Egyptian picture to color. Students color pyramids, pharoahs, and more
Here is a great site that is interactive, there is also a pyramid link
Wheel of Pharoah
* Valley of the Kings *
When we think archaeology, often times the first thing to pop into our minds is ancient Egypt. Take a look at Egyptian Royal Tombs of the New Kingdom. This site, optimized for fast loading, has lots of diagrams of tombs that have been excavated and mapped. See what's inside those
pyramids, what Tutankhamen's burial place looked like, and more. Rated G