Ancient Egypt – Howard Carter’s discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun

Next half term we will be focusing on different celebrations and festivals from around the world on the lead up to Christmas. It was exciting to finally race our land yachts! The year 3's had a 5 week course of badminton with a specialist coach.

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He did not yet know whether it was "a tomb or merely a cache", but he did see a promising sealed doorway between two sentinel statues. Howard Carter: Thanks to family connections, at age 17 he was recommended to Percy Newberry, a renowned Egyptologist who was looking for an artist for an archaeological expedition to Egypt. As well as this, they will learn all about Saxon home life by designing their own Saxon villages and clothing.

First we used white crayon to draw the weather onto the page. Book Midden Publishing, Before becoming world famous, Tutankhamun rested in obscurity, undisturbed for thousands of years. During their art lessons, they will make canopic jars out of clay, which will be painted in an Ancient Egyptian style.

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We have been really impressed with the way that the children have settled back into school so smoothly this week and they have all had a brilliant first day in Year 6.

Tauris Parke Paperbacks. Quickly growing bored with Cairo life, he took an interest in archaeology. Davis was certain that there was nothing more to be found, so he gave up the concession.

Howard Carter

We really appreciate your feedback. Show all files. Safe Shopping. In our Art lessons, we will be sketching famous French landscaped such as: Howard Carter before Tutankhamun.

Carter returned to the Valley of Kings, and investigated a line of huts that he had abandoned a few seasons earlier.

History: Ancient Egypt: Tutankhamun LKS2 Lesson Pack 4

M Twinkl , Sep 26th Our first focus was on the exploration of light. We linked this with our Science week focus, to create a stylised wind turbine using our artist inspiration. During ICT, we have developed our research skills by independently gathering facts for our Tudor newspaper reports. The children were able to really get to grips with their home town as we studied the history and geographical elements of Basingstoke.

Jack and the Beanstalk Story PowerPoint. Continuing with our Jamaican topic, the children made their own exotic smoothies and conducted observational drawing of fruit.

As well as this, we have learnt the names of the planets in French and are able to describe their colours, climates and sizes.