If you are learning about Ancient Egypt at school, these activities will help you. Enjoy doing all or some of them. Your teacher might ask you to do other work by using some of the information and real objects that are in the RAMM in Exeter.
Click on the header of each section below to access the relevant activity sheet. Have fun and don’t forget to give us your feedback
What jobs did people do in Ancient Egypt. Learn how the Egyptians valued people and their jobs.
A chance to get really creative and amaze your family. You will need a cardboard box and some crafty skills.
Learn how to play the Ancient Egyptian game of Senet. Make your own game board and challenge your family to a contest.
Find out why the Rosetta Stone is important. Enjoy writing and drawing to make your own version.
Have you got what it takes to become a scribe? Join our scribe school and learn how to write hieroglyphs.
Learn about why hippopotami were important to the Ancient Egyptians and colour in/paint a hippopotamus.
Do some detective work to discover which Egyptian gods were linked to some of the animals in RAMM’s collection.
This information accompanies the activity sheets and explores various aspects of Ancient Egyptian life and death, as well as exploring the mummy of Shep en-Mut at RAMM.
We hope you have enjoyed these activities and we would be grateful if you could spend 2 minutes giving us your feedback