Teaching material Egypt: real papyrus with rush
Their students learn to describe a real papyrus leaf with a rush, the historical writing material of Egypt. The rush is cleaned and at the end it is cut thinly or chewed softly in a historical way (natural rush). With the fine fibres can now be written and painted on the papyrus of the Nile.
Experience history up close: Paper and pencils from the Egyptians!
The pupils experience the Egyptian high culture very closely with an unusual writing experience. The real papyrus can be written on with all common water colours or inks. Of course you can also use tempera paint.
- 2 papyrus bookmarks á 19x5 cm
- one natural lens approx. 14 cm
- additional free hieroglyph ABC in color
- one set per student with hieroglyphic template
Create your own history: Papyrus and Egyptian rushes
Let the students of your history or art lessons experience Egypt creatively! In addition we have on these sides under the column teaching material Egypt for example bookmarks from genuine Egyptian Papyrus, which the pupils can arrange particularly with water colors or Tempera. These can be Egyptian motifs, such as with painting templates of the gods Isis, Maat or Anubis, or Egyptian hieroglyphs made from a template! There are also stamps with authentic Egyptian characters. In this way, the students gain a whole new approach to history and will be proud of their own works.
Papyrus making is simple and fun!
Or make the antique writing material papyrus yourself with your students. On the pages Teaching Material Egypt you will also find everything in a set - and you will also find the material for describing it here. Writing like the ancient Egyptians! If it doesn't fascinate the students and take them into the world of ancient ancestors!
With the rush after stencils: The ABC of the ancient Egyptians
The alphabet of the ancient Egyptians can be found on these pages under the category teaching material Egypt as a template. Let the students write their names in Egyptian - also on the papyrus bookmarks, which you can also get here as a class set. You will see how much fun history lessons can be with this exciting challenge. And the students will also learn where the Egyptian signs come from and what meaning they had in the course of time. That's how history brings joy!
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