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Virtual Passport Day

Africa & Egypt

Friday, June 04, 2021 |
11:00AM - 2:00PM ET

This is a virtual event.
A stone door covered in Egyptian hieroglyphs.


Virtual Event - Penn Museum


Part of the Virtual Passport Days Series

Let us do the planning as you take a virtual trip through time and across continents. Learn more about ancient and world cultures through live virtual interactive workshops and hands-on making activities. This special event series is open to all home learners, pods, K-12 students, and K-12 classrooms.

Travel across the African continent to hear about the amazing kingdoms that existed there throughout history. See inside an ancient Egyptian tomb and learn more about hieroglyphs, tomb offerings, and a special passageway between the world of the living and the dead. Get inspired by the Adinkra symbols used by the Asante/Ashanti people, and practice creating your own Adinkra stamp!

11:00 am Making Morning: Adinkra Stamps
12:00 pm Explore digital resources in Virtual Classroom (PDF)
1:00 pm Anthro Afternoon: Preparing for Eternity: Egyptian False Doors

$3 Student | $50 Class (up to 30 Students) | Free Teachers

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Each Virtual Passport theme day includes two 45-minute live virtual sessions scheduled at 11:00 am and 1:00 pm. Registrants also gain access to a virtual classroom space full of digital activities, videos, and articles to further explore the theme throughout the day. Each student will receive a Virtual Passport worksheet to keep track of where you have “traveled” during each session.

Programs will be held in a webinar format that offers an easy one-click connection to share in your classroom or with your learners joining remotely. Upon registration, we will provide more information about how to connect on this platform, which you can share with your technology team. Reach out to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions!

Part of the Virtual Passport Days Series