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Egyptian Replica Cat Bast

Product Code: AE-CAT
Cats in Egyptian life were significant, providing a focal point for historical enquiry.
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Cultural Significance

This replica cat highlights the importance of cats in Ancient Egyptian culture, providing insight into their religious and social roles.

Durable Construction

Made from resin, this 10cm figure is both sturdy and lightweight, ensuring it withstands regular handling in the classroom.

Engaging Learning Tool

The detailed design of the cat figure helps engage children, making historical enquiry more interactive and stimulating.

Historical Context

This artefact supports teaching about Ancient Egyptian life, enhancing lessons on religion, technology, and daily practices.

Key Stage 2 History

Illustrates changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age through comparative study to support the Key Stage 2 history curriculum.

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Egyptian Replica Cat Bast

Cats in Egyptian life were significant, providing a focal point for historical enquiry.

Overview

  • To enhance children's engagement with history lessons, using artefacts like this replica cat is highly effective. Made of resin and standing at 10cm tall, it's durable and manageable for classroom use. Representing the goddess Bast, it serves as a discussion starter on religion and daily life in Ancient Egypt.

  • Incorporating this artefact into lesson plans creates immersive learning experiences. It helps children understand how animals influenced cultural and religious practices, supporting Key Stage 2 history objectives. By drawing parallels between historical periods, children can better grasp their characteristics.

  • This replica cat highlights the importance of cats in Ancient Egyptian culture. It offers insights into their religious and social roles, engaging students in interactive and stimulating historical enquiry.

Supports the National Curriculum

History, Key Stage 2, Stone Age to Iron Age

Changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. From late Neolithic hunters-gathers. Bronze Age religion, technology and travel. Iron Age hill forts, tribal kingdoms, farming, art and culture.

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    Material

  • Resin

  • Age Range

  • Suitable for 7 to 11 years

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    Height

  • 10 cm

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