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Audible is doing a great thing. They're offering free audiobooks to you for the next 3 months. We hope a good listen will provide a small distraction, and lift your spirits a bit during this challenging time.

Escape to ancient Egypt for a few hours. Listen as Brad Rakushin reads, and follow Zet as he sets out on the trail of a missing scroll.

 Mystery of the Egyptian Scroll Audiobook
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What is the Narmer Palette?

The Narmer Palette is a two-sided carved stone tablet that depicts Narmer’s accomplishments.

Who was Narmer?

King Narmer is often credited with being Egypt's first pharaoh.

Want to learn more about King Narmer?

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Mystery of the Egyptian Scroll by Scott Peters Start reading MYSTERY OF THE EGYPTIAN SCROLL on your Kindle in under a minute.

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Today we have a fun Egyptian Deities worksheet for you! 


Research these four (4) ancient Egyptian gods and goddesses, 
and then write their name and a short description about each.

To get you started, here is a link to help you research the 

To complete this activity, print this worksheet
Egyptian Gods and Goddesses Free Worksheet
We hope you enjoy this learning activity about the gods and goddesses of ancient Egypt.

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Hieroglyphics chart

Today's post answers 3 burning questions about ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics:

1. When did hieroglyphics end? 

2. Why did hieroglyphics end? 

3. What was happening in the rest of the world when hieroglyphics ended?


If you're reading this post, you're definitely familiar with the ancient Egyptian writing system made up of mysterious symbols. The hieroglyphic alphabet lasted at least 2,500 years, which is quite impressive!

But if you've got questions such as when did people stop using hieroglyphics, you're not alone.

Fortunately, we've got answers: