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Archaeologists of the Future

April 11, 2011
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As part of the journey back in time, IAA will set up an excavation compound where one can discover different artifacts such as pottery shards and coins, as well as candy in between. The children will be invited to go on an adventure in time, equipped with special tools with which they will dig and find the remains of an ancient kingdom.

The activity will reveal the ancient Egyptian culture to the children, including an abundance of different archaeological finds, the symbols of the monarchy, the hieroglyphics, the world of art, and more.

In addition to the excavation compound, visitors will enjoy a number of activity stations, among them, the Egyptian writing station where they will learn about the mysteries of ancient hieroglyphics and experience preparing an Egyptian cartouche [an oblong carved tablet] with various decorations; a workshop where they will learn the games of the ancient kings of Egypt, prepare an ancient game board, and play with it; and the Tutankhamen station, the story of the Pharaoh Tutankhamen who ascended to the throne as a child. The children will be told the story of the discovery of the pharaoh’s tomb and make a copy of his mask.

Posted on April 11, 2011

Source: (By Edgar Asher, Isranet, April 4, 2011)

Photo Credit: Isranet

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