The ancient Egyptians had a special name for their country. They called it “Kemet” which means “the Black Land.” This is because of all the rich, black soil along the Nile river. With good soil, sunny weather, and plenty of water from the river, the ancient Egyptians were able to grow the plants they used for food, clothing, shelter, and paper-making!
Find the path from START to END. See the grain, dates, and lotus blossoms that are being harvested.