Grammar Stage Ancient Egypt Book List for Biblioplan: Year 1

We are thoroughly enjoying our journey into ancient Egypt with our history curriculum this year. We are using Year 1 from Biblioplan amd delving into the world of the ancients, including biblical history. It’s a fascinating journey and we are learning more and more each day during our studies. Biblioplan provides an excellent list of books to use for supplementation in their Family Guide and while some of the books that I have listed here are on that one, we’ve also been utilizing several others. I wanted to compile this list to help other Biblioplan users or other homeschoolers who are studying ancients! I plan to do a list for several of the themes/places that we will be learning about throughout the school year, so make sure to come back and look for them too!

17 Books for Grammar Stage Students Studying Ancient Egypt

Without further ado, here is a great compilation for your ancient Egypt book list to use with your grammar stage child:

The Golden Goblet (Newbery Library, Puffin)

Who Was King Tut?

Who Built the Pyramids? (Starting Point History Series)

You Wouldn’t Want to Be Tutankhamen!: A Mummy Who Really Got Meddled With

You Wouldn’t Want to Be Cleopatra!: An Egyptian Ruler You’d Rather Not Be

You Wouldn’t Want to Be a Pyramid Builder!: A Hazardous Job You’d Rather Not Have

Tut’s Mummy: Lost…and Found (Step into Reading)

EGYPT (Scholastic History Readers Level 3)

You Wouldn’t Want to Be an Egyptian Mummy!: Disgusting Things You’d Rather Not Know

Ralph Masiello’s Ancient Egypt Drawing Book (Ralph Masiello’s Drawing Books)

Pharaohs and Pyramids (Time Traveler Series)

Ancient Egypt: Tales of Gods and Pharaohs

I Wonder Why Pyramids Were Built

Pyramids (A First Discovery Book)

Secret of the Prince’s Tomb (AIO Imagination Station Books)

First Facts About the Ancient Egyptians

Mummies (100 Things You Should Know About…)

Ancient Egyptians – Worldwise

What’s on your ancient Egypt book list?

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