Wednesday, 22 February 2012

Ancient Egypt display

Have a look at the incredible art work on display in class.

The two display boards

Display 1

Table top display. Can you spot the Top Trumps cards?

Table top display
Pyramid jigsaw challenge

Display 2

Egyptian art

Egyptian art

Egyptian art

Egyptian art

Egyptian art

Egyptian art
What do you think?


  1. I really enjoyed the displays and pictures well done

    from bryony from shelley first school

  2. Your displays look terrific! So much to catch your eye and keep you engaged. I am a bit of a geek and my favourite part was the jigsaw. But sssshhhhhh...don't tell anyone, most people think I'm cool.

    Mr Harrison
    Miriam Lord, Bradford.

  3. Hello Year 4,

    Your Ancient Egypt display looks absolutely amazing. I can see how hard you have all worked on your Egyptian archeological studies.

    My favourite Ancient Egyptian artwork isn't really art. It's their writing, the hieroglyphs. It had been a mystery for archeologists until the discovery of the famous Rosetta Stone. Have your heard of it?

    Archeologists knew how to read Ancient Greek as they had modern Greek to give them the idea. The Rosetta Stone had the same decree written in three different languages, two of which were Ancient Greek and hieroglyphs. With this stone, they were finally able to understand what had been written.

    For Egyptologists, This was an incredibly important discovery.

    Keep adding such wonderful posts. This one really caught my attention. :)

    Teacher, NSW, Australia

  4. Hi miss woner the trip was good we lookd at lots fo thins from Alyssa

  5. I love our display it is fantastic

  6. they are good i like kelis 's it is fab

  7. they are all great

    from ela xxx

  8. Hello! Hannah here from Art.Paper.Scissors.Glue! Just wanted to stop by and say I love your unit! It looks like the students are getting exposed to a wonderful variety of references- it really helps to make the unit much more well rounded and diverse. Keep up the good work!

    1. Hello Hannah

      Thanks for visiting us. The children have really enjoyed learning about Ancient Egypt. It helps to keep things interesting when I see great ideas on blogs likes yours I can borrow and use in class.