Looking for Online Resources for Egypt Projects?
Try these!

http://www.ancient.eu.com/ -- Ancient History Encyclopedia
Ancient Egypt http://www.ancientegypt.co.uk/menu.html Find additional information on Egyptian daily life, geography, gods and goddesses, mummies, pyramids and trades at the British Museum.
The Ancient Egypt Site http://www.ancient-egypt.org/ History, monuments, language and quick facts about Ancient Egypt are available at this site.
Explore Ancient Egypt http://dsc.discovery.com/convergence/egypt/egypt.html View a timeline of ancient Egyptian history.
Online Hieroglyphics Translator http://www.quizland.com/hiero.htm Type your name in and see it as the ancient Egyptians would have.
Daily life of the pharaohs right down to the farmers as well as mythology, writing, mummies, hieroglyphics and some great pictures of it all.

Secrets of the Pharaohs
Timelines, interactive maps, mummies, pyramid tour and plenty of links.

Eternal Egypt / L'Egypte éternelle
Investigate the significant innovations of this ancient civilization. It includes society, culture, religion, agriculture and more. It's not written for children but has good information.

Ancient History: Egyptians

The BBC (British Broadcasting Company) offers information and links for those who are interested in learning more about Ancient Egypt. Pyramids and monuments, mummification, gods and beliefs, pharaohs and dynasties, daily life, and hieroglyphs are explored and there are also interactive games for would-be pyramid builders and mummy makers included.

The Ancient Egypt Culture Exhibit

The EMuseum at Minnesota State University, Mankato provides information on Ancient Egypt covering the topics of daily life, art, the military, architecture, hieroglyphs, religion, government, maps, history (including a timeline), and archaeology. The site also features a bibliography and related links.

History and Science for Middle School Kids, Ancient Egypt http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/egypt/

Egyptian History, Government, Environment, Religion, Clothing, Food, Science, Economy, People, Writing (hieroglyphs), Games, Art, Architecture (Pyramids), Wars, and timelines from Kidipede.