Chinese Alphabet - Pinyin Characters
Ji stands for Good Luck)) Chinese Alphabet: There is no Chinese alphabet in the sense we understand it in the West. Chinese characters are not letters (with some exceptions), Chinese characters represent an idea, a concept or an object. While in the west each of the letters of our alphabet represents a sound that generally has no particular meaning. (...)
Short Videos for Kids About Ancient Egypt
Your kids can learn about the daily life, pharaohs, religion, and pyramids of ancient Egypt from these short videos. #homeschool #history
Design a Sarcophagus
In Ancient Egypt, a sarcophagus was usually the external layer of protection for a royal mummy, with several layers of similar shaped coffins nested within. Some of the layers were often highly decorative, and even made of gold or silver.
Accessing Ancient Art: Making 21st Century Cylinder Seals
Learn about the history of cylinder seals from Sumer in Ancient Mesopotamia and make your own in this fun, hands-on art lesson.
Chinese Lucky Character Symbols: Lucky in Chinese!
Chinese lucky character for good fortune, longevity, good luck, love and double happiness. These lucky Chinese symbols are used daily to enhance good luck
5 Awesome Ancient Egypt Activities! – Student Savvy
Hi Teacher Friends, Do you love teaching Ancient Civilizations as much as I do? I often feel overwhelmed looking on Pinterest or Instagram with how many great ideas and activities there are out there for Ancient Civs. I could probably spend the whole year in the classroom just focusing on Ancient Egypt alone, with its
9 Ideas for Teaching about Japan - Me and the Chicks
9 Ideas for Teaching about Japan: use my interactive approach to teaching homeschool geography for elementary school kids. Make learning fun through crafts, music, food and more. Find easy Japan-inspired craft tutorials like making a kakejiku with shodo, sewing a kinchaku, and hand-stitching sashiko at meandthechicks.com
Ancient Egyptian God and Goddess Cards
Ancient Egyptian Mythology Cards - Set of 16 cards featuring best known Egyptian gods and goddesses
MY FAVORITE HISTORY REVIEW GAME OF ALL TIME!
Throughout my teaching career, I have always tried to come up with practical review games that were also fun. I love games that get my kids up and moving, and most importantly, laughing. I devised this game about 9 years ago, and it has held strong as my favorite History review game of all time!
How to Draw a Castle · Art Projects for Kids
Here’s how to draw an easy castle that dates back to medieval times. Add mountains in the background for a more exotic look.