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The Kane Chronicles, Book Two: The Throne of Fire is now available in bookstores nationwide, continuing the adventures of Carter and Sadie Kane.
In this second installment, the Kanes embark on a search across the globe for the Book of Ra, with the House of Life and Gods of Chaos hot on their heels. Where Carter and Sadie’s adventures continue on, yours can begin with our Throne of Fire Event Kit! Inside this kit you’ll find party ideas, reproducible activity sheets, discussion questions, and more to make for one unforgettable Egyptian event. So put on your favorite pharaoh gear, brush up on your hieroglyphics, and get ready to party with The Kane Chronicles! Have fun,
. 24 | thekanechronicles....................... 4 Unearth the Chronicles ...............................................................................................................................................com 3 ... 14 The Animals Get Their Due ............................................................... 15 Pack Your Egyptian Bag! ............ 12 The Ultimate Kane Chronicles Trivia Contest ................................ 16 Kane Character Challenge ............................................Table of ConTenTs Party Like an Egyptian .............................. 18 Event Poster .......... 23 About the Series ............................................... 17 Answer Key ............................. 6 Join the Kane Army .................................. 13 Design Your Own Egyptian Mask.......... 8 Ancient Egyptian Time Line............... 11 Your Ba .................................................................. 10 Here Comes the Sun God .................................... 7 How Well Do You Know Your Gods?....................................................................
have your guests come dressed up as their god to share with the party! You can provide prizes for “Best Dressed” (an Egyptian crown or copy of The Throne of Fire) or just make the costume party a fun bonus activity for guests. put these pictures up as decorations for the party. ask them to choose one god from Ancient Egypt. and prepare three to five notable facts about their chosen figure.com) for character images of Carter. to bring the Kanes to your event! God of the Party When inviting guests to your Throne of Fire party. scissors. 4 | thekanechronicles. crayons. Book Two: The Throne of Fire. to get into the Ancient Egyptian spirit and celebrate the adventures of Carter and Sadie! Consider these ideas for a successful event: BrinG Carter and Sadie to your Party! You can visit the Kane Chronicles Web site (thekanechronicles. Sadie. and let their creativity shine. Provide markers. and other major figures from the series.Party Like an egyPtian Host a party for the launch of The Kane Chronicles.com . and construction paper for your guests when they arrive to construct their own portraits of the Kanes and company as added decorations for your party! Once your guests have completed their drawings. Then.
day-to-day activities (brushing teeth. spend some time going around the party and inviting your guests to imagine themselves as taking over the powers of that god for the day.Party Like an egyPtian if i Were a God for a day Now that your guests have shown off their own chosen Ancient Egyptian gods. How would they tackle boring. Ask each child what they would do with their chosen powers. anuBis | thekanechronicles. doing homework)? What cool things would their chosen god do that would make a normal day more fun? Spend some time getting into the Ancient Egyptian spirit with this icebreaker activity.com 5 .
will show who really knows their Kanes! 1. Carter states. Consider Uncle Amos’s relationship with Carter and Sadie. Given the events and ending of The Red Pyramid. Why is stopping the Kane siblings so important to the magicians from the House of Life? 4. Though they often argue and to record their story? Why is it important that they share the events that have transpired? What do they hope to accomplish by presenting their experiences? 2.com . Do you find it to be a positive one? Why or why not? In what ways is it more important now than ever? disagree. As The Throne of Fire opens. Why is she important to him? 8. “The point of this recording is to let you know what’s really happening and how things went wrong. Do you think they are making the right decision to consider pursuing Apophis to stop the rise of chaos? 3. from The Red Pyramid and The Throne of Fire. Carter and Sadie have a tight bond. Why do Carter and Sadie choose 5.” Consider this cryptic message. What are some of the reasons they have grown so close? 6. what do you predict are the biggest challenges Carter and Sadie will face in The Throne of Fire? 6 REPRODUCIBLE SHEET thekanechronicles.Unearth the ChroniCLes diSCuSSion QueStionS from the red Pyramid and the throne of fire How well do your guests know the Kane Chronicles series? The questions below. Considering the Egyptian gods introduced in The Red Pyramid. Describe Carter’s relationship with Zia Rashid. whom do you like the most? The least? Why? 7.
Jaz has a talent for healing and is an essential part of the team. Fill out the application below to show why you’d be a perfect fit to join the Kane army! name: date of Birth: heiGht/WeiGht: SPeCial talentS: toolS/WeaPonS of ChoiCe: GreateSt StrenGth: i Would like to Be ConSidered to Join Carter and Sadie’S team BeCauSe: Join the kane army yoUr FeLLow new trainees These new recruits will be joining the Kane ranks in The Throne of Fire! name: Walt alSo knoWn aS: name: Jaz alSo knoWn aS: The Charm Maker SPeCial talentS: The Healer SPeCial talentS: When backed into a corner. in case anyone gets into a scrape. A strong ally.com 7 . and not too hard on the eyes either. this is the guy you want chanting by your side. REPRODUCIBLE SHEET thekanechronicles. Aside from being beautiful.In The Throne of Fire. Carter and Sadie send out a djed amulet to recruit other “magically afflicted” kids around the globe to join their ranks! Do you have what it takes to join Carter and Sadie’s team? Now’s your chance.
2. Good luck! God #1: SSii CLUES 1.how weLL Do yoU know yoUr goDs? Not all Ancient Egyptian gods are famous. How well do you know your Ancient Egyptian gods? Test your mettle by decoding the following five gods’ names. and the Family. And if that’s not enough of a challenge. God’S name: More About This God: ____________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ 8 REPRODUCIBLE SHEET thekanechronicles. Hid her son. 3. and Writing.com . Also associated with Ra. among papyrus reeds as a baby to protect him from Set 3. Often depicted as a man with the head of an ibis. Horus. More About This God: ____________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ God’S name: God #2: hthto CLUES 1. God of Wisdom. using the clues below for each. Children. there are a variety of gods who may not be as well known. Recognized as protector of mummies after preparing the mummy of her husband. draw a picture of each god to match their characteristics and then add your own factoid about them. 2. Goddess of Women. In The Throne of Fire. God of the Sun. Learning.
com 9 . 2. the sun god. however. 3.God #3: SPhaPio CLUES 1. a dutiful and fierce protector of her father. Associated with violent storms and earthquakes. Goddess associated with music and dance. God’S name: More About This God: _______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ CLUES 1.” God’S name: More About This God: ____________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ the answer to this puzzle is on page 19 Zia REPRODUCIBLE SHEET thekanechronicles. 3. 2. but would capsize it if the Sun God was not watchful. Believed to be a deity of great power and fury—she was charged by Ra with the duty of subduing Set and his minions. Monstrous reptilian associated with the Underworld whose purpose in the universe was to destroy creation. she was also believed to be the source of healing in times of disease. “The Eye of Ra”. Carried Ra’s boat across the sky during the day. and cats. “The Fury in the Eye of Ra”. the Nile Delta. Its fearsome gaze froze all who were locked in it except for Set. Egyptians held lavish festivals in her honor as “goddess of plenty” and “mistress of pleasure. 2. 3. and she was the source of pestilence. More About This God: _______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ God #4: mSkethe God’S name: God #5: SBta CLUES 1. Goddess portrayed with the head of a lioness. Believed to have both positive and negative qualities: the hot desert wind and sandstorms were her breath.
Macedonian emperor Alexander the Great conquers Egypt. earliest evidence of sun worship D. match each space on the time line with the corresponding letter next to the correct event.C. so to better understand all the Who. Roman consul Augustus Caesar conquers Egypt. Nubia. Reign of Amenhotep IV (later Akhenaton) M. Note: all dates are B. and Mesopotamia B. Reign of Cleopatra VII. and Why. Reign of Tutankhamun L. period of interaction and migration with peoples of SW Asia I. Era of the Middle Kingdom. Reign of female pharaoh Hatshepsut. Era of the New Kingdom. Menes unites the kingdoms of Upper and Lower Egypt E. the Horn of Africa. Construction of the Great Pyramids at Giza F. Era of the Old Kingdom G. Good luck! maJor eVents 3800 3100–3000 3100 2550–2490 2650–2134 2040–1640 1550–1070 1508–1458 1500 1341–1323 1367–1350 1279–1213 332 51–30 30 A. When. Egyptian empire expanded into Syria. Reign of Rameses II. Origins of Nile Culture H. What.anCient egyPtian time Line The history of Ancient Egypt is complicated. beginning of the Hellenistic Era The answer to this puzzle is on page 19 10 REPRODUCIBLE SHEET thekanechronicles. beginning of the Roman Era C. Dating of earliest samples of the Book of the Dead K. Earliest hieroglyphic writing. Egypt’s Imperial Period and golden age O.com . we’ve constructed a time line below—but it’s blank! Using the list of major events. Where. and Libya N. Egyptian trade expands to Sudan. last of the Ptolemaic rulers J.
The scarab beetle was the symbol of Ra. a to be the first place where the rays of DiD yoU know . Osiris. The goddess Isis tricked Ra into giving her his powers by promising to heal him after he was bitten by a cobra that she formed from Ra’s saliva. As a result of the nature of light and shadow. an effort conquered peoples under a and pyramids may have been • Obelisks conical earth-mound believed derived from the shape of the Benben Ra Stone. Ra was most often portrayed with the head of 6. 7.com 11 .here Comes the sUn goD The Egyptian Sun god Ra plays a major role in the events of The Throne of Fire. in two boats. . Write FACT or FICTION next to each statement. . The answer to this puzzle is on page 20 REPRODUCIBLE SHEET thekanechronicles. most likely in • Egyptian to unifyreferred to the sun god usingsingle religion. and death each day and night. a falcon. 2. priests a variety of names. By the time of the building of the Great Pyramids. It’s time to give him his proper due. 3. Isis. Ra was the brother of the other early gods Horus. During Akhenaton’s attempt to establish a monotheistic religion in Egypt. and decide which are true and which are false. growth. Ra was believed to pass through the life phases of birth. The other deity that Ra was most often associated with was the god Set. Ra was often associated with mystery and deceit. Review the following eight statements of fact (and fiction!) about Ra. and Anubis. pharaohs were linking their ancestry to Ra as a method of legitimizing their power. the deity was represented by a radiant sun-disc. Though Ra was the god of the sun. his extreme old age kept him on earth rather than in the sky with his children. ? • • • shone at the creation of the world. 1. 4. Ra was believed to cross the sky each day traveling 8. 5.
yoUr Ba Definition of ba: The Ancient Egyptians believed that the ba was one of the essential components that made a person whole. Think about what your ba would look like. it had the ability to fly from place to place. and draw an image of it in the space below. Carter and Sadie each have a corresponding ba. often taking the shape of a bird with your normal head attached. a ba is the Egyptian symbol of the soul. 12 REPRODUCIBLE SHEET thekanechronicles. and what it symbolizes to you. and it represented an individual’s personality. They often considered it to be a part of the soul. Usually invisible to others. write a few lines describing your ba.com . The ba was unique in that it wasn’t contained within the human body.In the Kane Chronicles series. Underneath your drawing.
the forces of Ma’at overcoming the forces of Chaos. have the groups rotate to send one player up to the front of the event for each question. Assigning two points to each correct answer. Who was Pharaoh of the New Kingdom and notable as one of Egypt’s greatest conquerors? 5. The answer to this puzzle is on page 20 BasT REPRODUCIBLE SHEET thekanechronicles. Uncle Amos is a magician in the 1st Nome of the House of Life. I wasn’t a warrior. How old is Carter when he begins traveling around the world with his dad? 2.” 4. I was a .the ULtimate kane ChroniCLes triVia Contest How does your Kane Chronicles knowledge stack up against those of your friends? This is the ultimate test – The Kane Chronicles Trivia Contest! Use the 12 questions below to stage a trivia contest at your event. dividing your guests into two teams. Do you ever think about anything else?” 9. I’m not sure she knew what to do with me. Now it’s your turn.” 6. Which goddess tells Sadie. Thoth is the god of dead pharaohs and the underworld. What important historical artifact does Carter and Sadie’s dad accidentally break while at the British Museum? 12. “She said she didn’t want me to know my father. Where does Sadie live while Carter and their father travel the world? 7. The team with the most points at the end wins! 1. Each statement is incorrect. What possession of Julius Kane does Carter call “his good luck charm”? 10. That battle is fought generation after generation. What did Sadie’s father give her as a going-away gift when she went to live with her grandparents? What if your game ends in a tie? Use the three statements below as tie-breaker questions. Why do Julius and the Fausts keep Sadie and Carter separated? 8. But the idea of Egypt is eternal— the triumph of civilization. Ancient Egyptians worshipped kangaroos and believed them to be sacred animals. What is Julius Cane’s favorite sport? 3. whose reign was ended by the Roman conquest of Egypt? 11. . and we’re going to see some moldy old relics from Egypt. Who says. .com 13 . 3. “Christmas Eve. Who says. but why? The first team to correct each statement is awarded 5 bonus points! 1. different child. I wasn’t like my cousin Horus. “All empires fall. 2. Who is identified as the last pharaoh. But in truth.
draw your own Egyptian mask creation. as symbols in burial rituals and ceremonies and other rites of passage.com . Now is your chance to create your own Egyptian mask! In the space below.Design yoUr own egyPtian mask Masks hold a great deal of importance to Ancient Egyptians. 14 REPRODUCIBLE SHEET thekanechronicles.
serpents posed a bit of a mystery for Egyptians.. and were believed to be timeless and eternal. Cat: Fact: Cats in Ancient Egypt served the practical purpose of warding off rodents and dangerous snakes. Regardless. More about hippos in Ancient Egypt: CroCoDiLe: Fact: Nile crocodiles. write a line on the importance of each animal in Ancient Egyptian culture. More about crocodiles in Ancient Egypt: JaCkaL: Fact: Whether these wild canines were jackals or actually a species of wolf is a subject for debate. which were the source of all life in Egypt. Anubis. They were associated with the waters and marshes of the Nile River.com 15 . It’s time for the animals in the series to get their moment to shine! Next to each of the listings below. More about jackals in Ancient Egypt: serPent: Fact: In mythology. More about serpents in Ancient Egypt: For more information. were both revered and reviled. More about cats in Ancient Egypt: hiPPoPotamUs: Fact: Typically painted bright blue to represent the Nile. are associated with death and the underworld. and often also decorated with lotus flowers—symbols of creation and rebirth—figurines of hippos were often placed in burial chambers as totems for an easy transition to the afterlife. We’ve started you out with a fact on each. they and their corresponding deity. see page 21 REPRODUCIBLE SHEET thekanechronicles. They were the only animals who do not have a creation story. like hippos.the animaLs get their DUe The Kanes and Egyptian gods and goddesses aren’t the only key figures in The Kane Chronicles.
List of Supplies carTer 16 REPRODUCIBLE SHEET thekanechronicles.s BonUo AUDiity! ACtiV PaCk yoUr egyPtian Bag! Enclosed in this kit is an audio sampler of the first chapter of The Throne of Fire. Take a moment and listen to the first chapter.com . Then take a moment and fill out an essential list of supplies you’d pack in a bag if you were traveling along with Carter and Sadie on their mission. and the adventures of Carter and Sadie Kane at the Brooklyn Museum.
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beginning of the Roman Era C. Macedonian emperor Alexander the Great conquers Egypt. and Libya N. Isis 2. Construction of the Great Pyramids at Giza F. Reign of female pharaoh Hatshepsut. Thoth 5. Reign of Tutankhamun L. Origins of Nile Culture H. period of interaction and migration with peoples of SW Asia I.com 19 . Era of the Old Kingdom G. and Mesopotamia B. Reign of Cleopatra VII. the Horn of Africa. Era of the New Kingdom. Menes unites the kingdoms of Upper and Lower Egypt E. beginning of the Hellenistic Era | thekanechronicles. Roman consul Augustus Caesar conquers Egypt. Earliest hieroglyphic writing. Reign of Rameses II. Egypt’s Imperial Period and golden age O. Sekhmet 1. earliest evidence of sun worship D. Egyptian empire expanded into Syria. Nubia. Apophis 4. Bast anCient egyPtian timeLine From page 10 3800 3100–3000 3100 2550–2490 2650–2134 2040–1640 1550–1070 1508–1458 1500 1341–23 1367–1350 1279–1213 332 51–30 30 g e n k maJor eVents C F a L i D h J m B o A. Reign of Amenhotep IV (later Akhenaton) M. Era of the Middle Kingdom.answer key how weLL Do yoU know yoUr goDs? From page 8 and 9 3. last of the Ptolemaic rulers J. Egyptian trade expands to Sudan. Dating of earliest samples of the Book of the Dead K.
6. his extreme old age kept him on earth rather than in the sky with his children. The Rosetta Stone 12. Ra was believed to cross the sky each day traveling in two boats. 20 | thekanechronicles. Sadie to Julius 9. As a result of the nature of light and shadow. faCT fICTIon faCT fICTIon faCT fICTIon faCT fICTIon the ULtimate kane ChroniCLes triVia Contest From page 13 1. 3. His workbag 10. Eight Basketball Nut Ramses II Anubis London. 4. Isis. England 7. The other deity that Ra was most often associated with was the god Set. During Akhenaton’s attempt to establish a monotheistic religion in Egypt. Osiris. Though Ra was the god of the sun. Uncle Amos is a magician in the 1st Nome of the House of Life. 2. and Anubis. 8. Ancient Egyptians worshipped kangaroos and believed them to be sacred animals. 5. 5. 7. 4.com . 3. Thoth is the god of dead pharaohs and the underworld. Ra was often associated with mystery and deceit. 2. 6. Ra was most often portrayed with the head of a falcon. To keep them hidden 8. Correction: Thoth is the god of learning and hieroglyphs. 3. The scarab beetle was the symbol of Ra.answer key here Comes the sUn goD From page 11 1. the deity was represented by a radiant sun-disc. Correction: While Ancient Egyptians did worship many animals. kangaroos are indigenous to Australia and Ancient Egyptians would likely have had no knowledge of their existence. Cleopatra 11. Correction: Uncle Amos is a magician in the 21st Nome of the House of Life. Ra was the brother of the other early gods Horus. Muffin 1. 2.
which were the source of all life in Egypt. snakes had a rather ambiguous reputation in ancient Egypt. including the chaos deity Set. Cats were mummified with humans as companions and were also protected by the law: it was forbidden to export cats out of Egypt.com 21 . These creatures were associated with many of the early Egyptian gods. who was the only being who could control the enormous water serpent Apophis. They were revered as seers whose eyes served as the sight of the gods (particularly Ra. serpents posed a bit of a mystery for Egyptians. Deified cats such as the goddess Bast were protectors of the home and of children. and often also decorated with lotus flowers—symbols of creation and rebirth—figurines of hippos were often placed in burial chambers as totems for an easy transition to the afterlife. while the lioness-headed goddess Sekhmet was a patroness of war and pestilence. and the repair of evil and discord. and deities associated with jackals were linked to the Greek god Hermes—liaisons between the gods and man—during the Hellenistic Era. were both revered and reviled. Hippopotamus: Typically painted bright blue to represent the Nile. While they were held in a positive light for their role in controlling rodents that were terribly damaging to crops and food stores. The god Sobek was portrayed with the head of a crocodile. | thekanechronicles. like hippos. but see below for more information on the importance of these animals in Ancient Egyptian culture. crocs were mummified when they died. probably because of their prevalence in the deserts around tombs and burial sites. Serpent: Much like crocodiles. and to kill a cat was punishable by death. In mythology. Male hippos symbolized the wild and the dangers of nature. They were associated with the waters and marshes of the Nile River. and their corresponding deity. several of these species were aggressive and incredibly poisonous. Cat: Cats in Ancient Egypt served the practical purpose of warding off rodents and dangerous snakes. The fertility goddess Taweret was portrayed as a hippopotamus. are associated with death and the underworld.answer key the animaLs get their DUe From page 15 There’s no one right answer on this activity. whose symbolic eye was a cat’s eye). while female hippos were protectors of women in childbirth and motherhood. Crocodile: Nile crocodiles. Many wealthy Egyptians kept crocodile pools in their homes. and was associated with creation. Jackal: These animals. and like cats. Anubis. This function also led to them being revered as protectors of lost souls and orphans. agricultural renewal. Jackals were believed to escort the dead to the underworld.
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