Just for Kids / Color Me Egypt


Color Me Egypt is a wonderful site just for kids interested in either Egypt or coloring. There is a large coloring book full of pictures about Egypt, and an Egyptian coloring contests. There is also a history about Egypt written just for kids Kids Kids Kids


Just for Kids Try This: A History of Egypt for Kids

Our Coloring Contest!


The results are in, for the final contest!!! The winners this month in the coloring contest are here! Go check out our winners in the 6 & under category and in the 7-12 year old category.


As some of you know, kids have great imaginations. We received some drawings that were so imaginative, we decided to put a special page on showing some of these drawings. We hope that you enjoy them as much as we did!


This contest was a huge success! We had so many entries that it was almost impossible to pick just three in each age group. We did manage to finally pick winners, but it was definitely a tough decision. We had several classrooms send in entries. We wanted to give special thanks to

Victor H.L. Wyatt School in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Dows Lane Elementary School in Irvington, New York
Montini Catholic School in McHenry, Illinois
Winnsboro Elementary in Winnsboro, Texas


We received entries from entire classes from each of these schools. Winnsboro's whole elementary sent in entries. We just wanted to thank you guys for all of your hard work that you did on your pictures! Great job!!





This carved lion's head was part of King Tut's bed. The head is made out of wood and covered with gold. The nose and the drops under his eyes are blue glass.



This statue of a vulture was found inside King Tut's tomb.



The Great Pyramid is 481 feet tall and took 20 years to build.





The Great Sphinx is one of the most famous statues in the world. It is 240 feet long and is 66 feet tall.



Statue of Pharaoh Tuthmosis III, 18th dynasty was found at Karnak.





A painting of Osiris that is located in the Tomb of Sinnedjem, who was in charge of decorating the tombs of the kings and queens.




This painting of Amun-Re, Ramesses II and
Mut is located in the temple Abu Simbel.



A painting of Ramesses II.



Click on each picture to get an uncolored version of that page from the Color Me Egypt coloring book. You may also download a zipped version of all the pages here. Print them out and then let your child have fun coloring in the pictures