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1. Use Crayola® crayons, colored pencils, or markers to decorate the pyramid.   2. Cut out the pyramid along the solid lines.   3. Flip it over so that the colored side is on the bottom. Fold up along the dotted lines. Fold the tabs down and attach them to the inside with glue or tape.    Tip:  Print out more copies of this page for more pyramids. Use this pyramid to create Lesson Plan Egyptian Fact Pyramids.

1. Use Crayola® crayons, colored pencils, or markers to decorate the pyramid. 2. Cut out the pyramid along the solid lines. 3. Flip it over so that the colored side is on the bottom. Fold up along the dotted lines. Fold the tabs down and attach them to the inside with glue or tape. Tip: Print out more copies of this page for more pyramids. Use this pyramid to create Lesson Plan Egyptian Fact Pyramids.

The very best of Rabbit Carrier's pins - The Great Pyramid of Giza and the Sphinx by night

The very best of Rabbit Carrier's pins - The Great Pyramid of Giza and the Sphinx by night

Ancient Egypt Comes Alive!   Building a Model Pyramid  This is a great project to do with your students when studying Ancient Egypt!!! Students are able to create their own model pyramid. I have included the step by step directions on how to contruct one.

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Ancient Egypt Comes Alive! Building a Model Pyramid This is a great project to do with your students when studying Ancient Egypt!!! Students are able to create their own model pyramid. I have included the step by step directions on how to contruct one.

My girls are all about the art projects these days, so of course, we had to do something to go along with our study of Ancient Egypt. I found the idea for this project on the Crayola website and modified it for the supplies we had on hand. 1. Draw a horizon line and paint the background. I put out three colors of tempera for

My girls are all about the art projects these days, so of course, we had to do something to go along with our study of Ancient Egypt. I found the idea for this project on the Crayola website and modified it for the supplies we had on hand. 1. Draw a horizon line and paint the background. I put out three colors of tempera for

Pyramid Texts  In Ancient Egypt, religious texts inscribed on walls and sarcophagi in certain pyramids during the Old Kingdom.

Pyramid Texts In Ancient Egypt, religious texts inscribed on walls and sarcophagi in certain pyramids during the Old Kingdom.

Giza (Egypt), 4th dynasty.  Mykerinos pyramid (c. 2500 BC.), left, Khafra pyramid (c. 2520–2494 BC.), middle, Khufu pyramid (c. 2551–2528 BC.), right.

Giza (Egypt), 4th dynasty. Mykerinos pyramid (c. 2500 BC.), left, Khafra pyramid (c. 2520–2494 BC.), middle, Khufu pyramid (c. 2551–2528 BC.), right.

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