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Egyptian Pyramids

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About a year ago, I set up an invitation similar to this one - for building - but my son had very little interest in it.

For as long as I can remember he has been fascinated with pyramids and the desert.  There are a few pages in his questions book that address many of his inquiries.  So, we decided to explore it further through play.  We read books and set up these two invitations for some fun play and dialogue about Egypt.

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SUGAR CUBES AND “GLUE”

The glue is made with powdered sugar and water.  I just mixed in a little water at a time until I got the consistency I was looking for.

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BUILDING

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INVITATION TO PLAY

sand (from Michaels)

architectural blocks

Egypt Toob

pyramid

activity tray

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A huge thank you to RL, who let us borrow all of these fun Egyptian items for play.

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~ AK (MESE, MECD)

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