Well the first thing was school how boring but still.we where greeted by a spliy teacher called Jane she is very boring so we first had to do a maths test.It was easy but there was a few hard things.then it's playtime so as it's raining we have to play inside.next we have more tests and then it comes to lunch so as it is still raining we play inside me and Tanya do compost where we go and collect compost from the classes
It was time for lunch after that I come into the classroom and play
Next lesson is more tests and this test I did 2 questions
Next it was playtime
After play we did some work
Next I have to come to drama class.
Now let's come home and have a cuppa
Tuesday, 5 October 2010
Today i went to school and the first lesson was literacy,we had to write a new version of Cinderella in a Egypt way i was working with Eloise and frank.After that we had to go to brake so i went out and played. after that it was maths so i had to add an add and even number together.then it was lunch time and i was doing cross country
we where walking to the park near school and i came about 23 out of 4 classes when running 2 laps round the hole park and one child didn't even do a quarter of a lap. so we headed back to school and we had lunch and then we had a supply teacher. the next lesson was comprehension and it was very boring after that it was brake. after brake we went to the infant playground and played parer shoot and it was fun.
Death Rituals and Mummification
The Process of Mummification
In order to go to the underworld, you had to be mummified or embalmed. First, they would crack the skull and take out the brains through the nose. Then they would put in a liquid and let it dry. Then they would take out all of the organs, except the heart, and put them in special jars. After that, they would replace the real organs with fake ones that were put inside the body where the the old ones use to be. They would wash the body in natron (natron was a salty liquid) and they would dry it with tree sap liquid, so it would be flexible. The priest or mummifiers would then wash the body and oil or perfume the body to make it smell good. They would wrap the pharaoh with 400 yards of linen strips. The priest would chant hymns and add charms and trinkets for good luck. They also would mummify cats, dogs, or any beloved pets. Animals were very sacred to the Egyptians and if you killed one, the sentence was death.