Printable Mummy Activities
These free printable mummy activities are terrificly fun worksheets for children who are fascinated and amazed by scary monsters or the ancient Egyptian
Mummy printables are the perfect activity for a long car ride, keeping occupied at a restaurant, as an activity for Halloween, or anywhere the child or children may have free time. Parents can freely print these for their kids use or teachers may want to use them as part of a classroon lesson plan.
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These mummy mazes are fun and educational. We have two types of mazes. The first kind shaped in the mummy theme. It's a typical maze with walls and false paths. The second type doesn't have walls. They are counting mazes. You have to draw a path connecting all the numbers in order from the lowest to the highest by counting by ones, twos, threes, fours, or fives.Mummy Maze: Guide the mummy through the mummy shaped maze to his pyramid.
Counting By 1s Maze: A mummy is chasing an archaeologist.
Counting By 2s Maze: The mummy is going to his coffin.
Counting By 3s Maze: Take to muumy to his grave.
Counting By 4s Maze: The mummy is going to roast a hotdog.
Counting By 5s Maze: Guide the mummy to the cemetary.
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Mummy Word Search Puzzles
These mummy word search puzzles each have 20 words or phrases to find in the 15x15 grid of letters. The words can by horizontal, vertical, or diagonal in the grid. Circle each letter of each word. The uncircled letters contain a fact about mummies in the remaining letters if read from left to right, top-down.Mummy Word Search: Words about Egyptian mummies
Mummy Word Search 2: More words about Egyptian mummies
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Mummy Boggle PagesBoggle is the classic word game where you try to find as many words in the grid of letters as you can. The person with the most and/or longest unique words in their list wins the boggle game. For more details on how to play boggle: Boggle Word Game Instructions
4x4 Mummy game
5x5 Mummy game
Mummy Coloring Pages
We have a fun selection of muumy coloring pictures available to print. They are fairly cartoonish images with mummies in a variety of situations. This is just a sampling of our full set of mummy coloring pages. If you don't find a picture you want in this list, then follow the link at the bottom of the list for our full selection of images.Mummy Coloring Page: Archaeologist and mummy.
Mummy Coloring Page 2: Coming out of a Coffin.
Mummy Coloring Page 3: Someone in a costume.
Mummy Coloring Page 4: Unravelling and falling apart.
Mummy Coloring Page 5: In the sands of Egypt.
Mummy Coloring Page 6: In a coffin of a museum display.
Mummy Coloring Page 7: Chasing an archaeologist.
Mummy Coloring Page 8: Surprising an ancient egyption man.
Mummy Coloring Page 9: Mummy playing with yoyo.
Mummy Coloring Page 10: A doctor unraveling a mummy.
Mummy Coloring Page 11: Scary Mummy.
Mummy Coloring Page 12: Walking with arms outstretched.
Mummy Coloring Page 13: Proudly wearing its burial jewels.
Mummy Coloring Page 14: Wrapping up a mummy.
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Did You Know...
- The ancient egyptians created mummies because they believed their souls would continue into an afterlife. They thought it was important that their bodies were preserved and recognisable so that the soul would have a place to "live" after the body had passed away.
- The ancient egyptians created mummies over a 3000 year period of time. The technique changed over time, from the natural process of sun drying in the desert sun and sand, to the more complex methods of drying the body with natron, removing organs, stuffing the body and elaborately wrapping it.
- Before a body is mummified, most of the organs are removed, preserved, and stored in canopic jars. The brain was considered useless and was removed through the nose with a hook shaped tool. The heart was left in the body and was thought to be the center of intelligence.
- The most famous Egyptian mummy is probably King Tut (short for King Tutankhamun). He became a boy king at the age of only 9. It is thought that he was king for 9 years before his untimely death at age 18. King Tut's time of rule was probably around 1325 B.C.
- Humans weren't the only creatures who were mummified by the ancient egyptians. It was uncommon for a wealthy person to have their favorite pet muumified, including cats, dogs, monkeys, gazelles and birds.
Free Mummy printables are a wonderfully fun way for kids who like scary creatures to keep busy!
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