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Salt Dough Egyptian Cartouche

I have a 6-year-old daughter and we’re trekking on through our first year schooling at home. I chose to use Story of the World for the basis of our history lessons, and I’m super stoked to be doing little Egyptian crafts with her. We made a few paper cartouches as we practiced some of the …

Use this hieroglyphic writing craft for your unit on ancient Egypt. Children will make their own stone tablet using self-hardening dough or clay and carve out hieroglyphs onto it. ■Sand dough, salt dough or self-hardening clay ■Plastic spoon, plastic knife or popsicle stick ■Clear acrylic sealer or decoupage medium (optional)

Neferkara I (also Neferka and, alternatively, Aaka) is the cartouche name of a king (pharaoh) who is said to have ruled during the 2nd dynasty of Ancient Egypt. The exact length of his reign is unknown since the Turin canon lacks the years of rulership and the ancient Greek historian Manetho suggests that Neferkara´s reign lasted 25 years

Arque Men’s Extra Large Polished Silver Small/Medium Cuff of 14.6 cm