If you're teaching an ancient Egypt unit for the first time, or if you are looking for some fresh and digital-friendly lesson plan ideas, your students will fall in love with Virtual Field Trips! Virtual field trips are an interactive and engaging way to bring social studies to life.
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With today's technology, we can take geography up a notch with satellite imagery using Google Earth. Take your students around the world to learn about and explore: Upper & Lower Egypt, the Nile River, Nile Delta, Mediterranean Sea, the Sahara, and the Red Sea. This digital activity incorporates drag and drop map skills, and Google Earth to view these geographic locations up close!