That’s exactly what we did.
We had to make a heart and brains for the Barbie, and then took them out as you should, with our special brain-taker-outer.
Siena kept track of the steps in case we’d like to do it again to someone else. You never know when you might need to mummify someone, right?
Barbie was placed on a special board.
She had special oils poured on her body and then she was wrapped.
She had a beautiful Funerary Mask.
And was placed in a sarcophagus.
We finished our ceremony by leaving her in a resting place, where we’ve been doing our Egypt study and where we can enjoy and share our mummification process.
I think we are going to remember the mummification process for a long while. It was a great activity and idea. Thanks to the huge world of the internet, we were able to find out about this activity. Love it!
You can see all the pins I have on Pinterest, on this Egypt Unit we just did, and more great ideas I have found. I find it a great tool for sure.