Norah finished reading 100 Things You Should Know About Ancient Egypt yesterday afternoon on her own.

When she finished, she asked me to help her make an eye of Horus, an idea she found in the book. I found this recipe for salt dough online and we used that instead of clay.

I gave her some guidance, but Norah actually did a large portion of this herself, believe it or not.

We used the rest of our dough to make a platter.

We baked these for two hours and I am letting them cool. We'll paint them another day.


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