This is a stela
If parents were rich, they could send boys to school. Not many rich girls learned to read and write. Instead they learned to sing, dance and play musical instruments.
When children were not at school they played or sometimes worked in the fields with their parents.
A tombstone or other stone. It was usually carved with the name of the owner, or with some writing celebrating an event.
Egyptian children played many games that we play today like leapfrog, tug-of-war and board games. These are examples of the things they would have used. This is a senet board. Senet is an ancient board game like draughts, played on a board of 30 squares.
This piece is in the shape of a captured prisoner with his elbows tied behind his back. There would have been two sets of playing pieces, one for each player.