The sixth grade held their Egypt Walk on Friday, the 18th of October. As a culmination of their unit on Egypt students made projects at home to show off the things they had learned. They made sarcophagi, canopic jars, crooks and flails, sphinxes and pyramids from clay, candy, bread, wood, Lego’s and other such mediums to transform their classrooms into tiny museums. They made Egypt’s flag, drew cross sections of pyramids, and wrote reports on the process of mummification and how to make papyrus and other facts about Egypt. Parents and the rest of the school were permitted to come walk through their classroom museums and admire their work.