What if you could travel through time … where would you go? What would you see? Listen to “Castle on Hester Street”, which is in a different time and different place. When you are finished, choose one of these book report activities to tell about what you learned.
One of the oldest ways to tell time was using a sundial. Use these directions from rosieresearch.com to make and explore using a mini sundial. More information can be found here.
Continue your time travels by choosing one of these ancient places to learn more about on BrainPop Jr. Challenge yourself with a quiz when you finish.
Can you write like the ancient Egyptians? Make a secret message using hieroglyphics and send it to a friend. Make sure to send them the key to figure it out.
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