Miss Dreamer, Mister Man, Mister Giggles & I are drawing our unit on Ancient Egypt to a close. If the kids were in traditional school they would probably be asked to take a written test to prove that they learned something, but we’re not a “traditional” school. The kids and I worked together to create this free printable Ancient Egypt board game, which serves as a review and lets me know that yes, indeed, they have picked up a lot of knowledge.
The game isn’t perfect and it is our first foray into making a game on the computer. Miss Dreamer created the game board and game cards with her vast knowledge of PowerPoint and Word. Mister Man and I worked together to create the game questions.
Free Printable Ancient Egypt Board Game
Without further ado here is the game we created, available for you to download in PDF form.
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