We are participating in a weekly Ancient Egypt class with some other preschoolers and elementary aged kids. It's great to participate in something that I'm not running to watch and learn how different programs can be successful. This week we talked about mummies and pharaohs. The kids were able to share their mummy and sarcophagus crafts at the beginning of class. It was quite interesting to see how everyone had the same instructions and how they all turned out so differently. In class we did a few different activities. The preschoolers decorated burial masks and made sugar cube pyramids. The elementary kids made pharaoh beards and a crook and flail. The flail we'll have to finish at home since the kids ran out of focus towards the end :) We're reading The Cat of Bubastes which is an interesting story of a couple of boys in ancient Egypt. I love how it pulls information into the text to paint the details of what would be happening in ancient Egypt. We're getting close to the end and will have our Egyptian Literature Camp in just over a month!