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Incan, Mayan, & Aztec Resources
Here's an exciting, hands-on collection of ideas and activities designed to introduce students to the life of the ancient Mayans and Aztecs. Ancient history will come to life for students as they write number glyphs using the code of the Maya, design their own battle uniforms using ideas from the Aztecs and learn about the diet, work, entertainment, worship and warfare of these people who were the forerunners of modern Mexico. They'll discover the fierce side of both cultures and their preoccupation with blood and death.
Actually see the heritage of the Maya, Aztec, and Inca with these eight 8.5" x 11" photo activity cards. Four reproducible activities are provided on the back of each. Images include images of, a stele, stone carving, suspension bridge, skull rack, llama, a Mayan Temple, Machu Picchu and, a Mayan Rainforest.
This fascinating program highlights the amazing parallels between the two great American societies of the Aztecs and the Incas. With magnificent animated re-creations of lost cities such as Tenochtitlan and Machu Picchu, these are stories of two wealthy, sun-worshipping civilizations. Running time: 50 minutes.
The Maya Civilization - 2000 BC-1697 AD
National Geographic Investigates: Ancient Maya: Archaeology Unlocks the Secrets of the Maya's PastNathaniel HarrisNational Geographic / 2008 / Hardcover$16.16 Retail:
$17.95Save 10% ($1.79)Availability: Expected to ship on or about 01/17/19.Stock No: WW302275
Explore the story of the Maya: their religions, technologies, arts, and societies. Plus, learn not only about the people themselves, but also about the archaeologists who've discovered their secrets after years of work. National Geographic's extensive photographic and map archives add richness to this new series that trasports readers to significant archaeological sites and brings ancient civilizations to life. 64 pages, hardcover. Ages 10 & up.
An original tale combines research on Mayan history and legend with a suspenseful sports story. When the village priest predicts a year of terrible drought, a young man challenges the god of rain to a game of pok-a-tok, a fast-moving cross between soccer and basketball. Intricate, dramatic cut-paper illustrations powerfully re-create the Mayan classical period.
The Ancient Mayas are brought to life for your students. Create booklets to place inside the Lapbook folders, and improve retention of the information. Explore this time period in a fun, hands-on way as you create this beautiful Lapbook as a keepsake of your studies. Included is a Study Guide that can be used for teaching the topic. This product can stand alone or be used as a supplement to any other history curriculum. Depending on the maturity level of the child and the parent involvement, this product could be used with K-8th grade, and it is easy to alter for upper and lower grades. This ebook format includes a downloadable PDF file. Just follow the instructions, cut, fold, glue, and create! Print as many as you need for your own household.
The Incan Empire - 1438-1572
The Aztecs - 1482-1521
The Sad Night: The Story of an Aztec Victory and a Spanish LossSally MathewsHoughton Mifflin Harcourt / 1994 / Trade Paperback$6.26 Retail:
$6.95Save 10% ($0.69)Availability: In StockStock No: WW17450
In this striking picture book, Sally Schofer Mathews traces the Aztec presence in Mexico from the mythic origins of the Aztec Empire to the recent discovery of gold lost by the Spaniards on the fateful night. This unforgettable tale is accompanied by eloquent detailed illustrations rendered in they style of Aztec codex art.
Rich in symbolism, the art of the Aztecs offers compelling glimpses into a vanished civilization. This book, a glorious gallery of authentic designs from an ancient Mesoamerican society, presents 30 meticulous re-creations of a vibrant culture's traditional designs. Derived from ceramics, statues, weapons, books, and other priceless artifacts, the images portray gods, rulers, warriors, and animals, plus secular and sacred activities.