Egyptian Food Lesson for Kids: Facts & History

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From which source would ancient Egyptians get most of their protein?

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1. How did Egyptians use silt?

2. What food is the most important staple of both ancient and modern Egyptian diets?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

A history of Egyptian food will be covered with this quiz/worksheet. You'll be answering questions on key topics such as the source of protein in the diet of ancient Egyptians and the way they used silt.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll be quizzed on the following:

  • Food staple in the diet of Egyptians
  • The reason they don't eat a lot of meat
  • Fruits that ancient Egyptians ate

Skills Practiced

  • Reading awareness - make sure you know the most important information from the lesson on Egyptian food
  • Remembering details - remember what you've learned about their main source of protein in ancient Egypt
  • Learning practice - use what you know to answer questions about how the ancient Egyptians used silt and some of the fruits that were a part of their diet

Additional Learning

Learn more about the country's culture with the lesson called Egyptian Food Lesson for Kids: Facts & History. These topics will be addressed:

  • Background of ancient Egypt and their culture
  • Cereal crops that they grew
  • Proteins and fruits and vegetables
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