The Egyptian society and culture holds many fascinating details to discover beyond what the textbook mentions. Below Tut's mask is a list of links. Each link will leave this website, but please report any broken links. Enjoy the journey!
General Web Sites
Write your name in Heiroglyph
Lots of information on mummies, tombs and the afterlife. Activities include excavating secret messages, planning your afterlife and learning hieroglyphs.
Excellent introduction to temples, pyramids, mummification and all things Egyptian. Interactive activities teach Egyptian writing, numbers, games, chronology and geography.
Modern Egypt and Ancient Egypt in this website for kids. Read a blog by a 15 year old Egyptian girl. The adult part of the site has even more information that isn't too hard to read.
Daily life of the pharaohs right down to the farmers as well as mythology, writing, mummies, hieroglyphics and some great pictures of it all.
Daily life in Ancient Egypt as well as mummies, pyramids and animals.You can even make a Pharaoh Death Mask.
This site has a lot of bits of information on Egyptian gods and goddesses.
Investigate the significant innovations of this ancient civilization. It includes society, culture, religion, agriculture and more. It's not written for children but has good information.
Timelines, interactive maps, mummies, pyramid tour and plenty of links.
The Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto knows a thing or two about Ancient Egypt.
King Tut information from National Geographic.
Comprehensive site with history, monuments, language and links to museums.
All about Egypt, pyramids, temple reconstruction and pharaohs.
Comprehensive, encyclopedic site
From the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Specific Subject Sites
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