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13 December, 2018

Year 3’s Museum of Ancient Egypt

Year 3’s Museum of Ancient Egypt

Year 3 were honoured to invite their parents into class for the afternoon in order to showcase the discoveries that they had made throughout their ‘Walk like an Egyptian Topic’.

Year 3’s Museum of Ancient Egypt Year 3 were honoured to invite their parents into class for the afternoon in order to showcase the discoveries that they had made throughout their ‘Walk like an Egyptian Topic’.

Year 3 were honoured to invite their parents into class for the afternoon in order to showcase the discoveries that they had made throughout their ‘Walk like an Egyptian Topic’.

The museum consisted of three rooms, each showcasing a different artifact of learning. The first room consisted of Egyptian ‘Death Masks’, which were placed on Egyptian Mummies faces before they were put into their sarcophagus. The second room was full of Canopic Jars, which the Egyptians used to house the organs of the mummified pharaohs’. The third room was an Egyptian library, where the children showcased all of the work, such as Egyptian Gods, the use of the River Nile and where in the world Egypt was located.

The event was hugely popular with both the parents and children feeling immensely proud of the achievements being showcased.

By Max Berry

Year 3 Macaws Class Teacher