Mayan History PowerPoint Presentation- Keepers of time, architectural wonders, a people so mysterious that much of their history has been shrouded by the rainforest. Who were they, and where did they go? This presentation includes several class discussions, writing opportunities, and practice test questions. It is a fabulous addition to your unit on Ancient America. Common Core Standards RH.6-8.1, RH.6-8.5, RH.6-8.7, WHST.6-8.10, SL.7.2, SL.7.1 $

Ancient Mayan Civilization PowerPoint Presentation

Mayan History PowerPoint Presentation- Keepers of time, architectural wonders, a…

Ancient Mayan skull carvings from Copan./Just so interesting! I have a family member who is fond of Mayan history.

ancientart: “ Ancient Mayan skull carvings from Copan. Courtesy & currently located at the Museo Regional de Arqueología Maya, Honduras. Photo taken by Recovering Vagabond ”

History for Kids: Aztecs, Maya, and Inca. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk on "Teaching about the Incas."  A good way to visualize the difference between Inca (South America), Maya (Central America) and Aztec (Mexico).

Aztecs, Maya, and Inca. A good way to visualize the difference between Inca (South America), Maya (Central America) and Aztec (Mexico).

A set of 28 printables that is a glossary of the Maya/ Mayan civilization. Each page has a key word heading, making it great for discussion, activities and displays for this historical topic. Visit our TpT store for more information and for other classroom display resources by clicking on the provided links.

The Maya Fact Cards

A set of 28 printables that is a glossary of the Maya/ Mayan civilization. Each page has a key word heading, making it great for discussion, activities and displays for this historical topic.

Mayan Mathematics - The Mayans had one of the most advanced number systems in the world at its time. It was a base-20 system (kind of) that also relied quite heavily on the number five. Some think that this is due to five fingers and five toes on each hand and foot.  Their system relied on three different symbols. A “pebble” (small black circle) was used to represent the ones place. Learn more: https://3010tangents.wordpress.com/2015/02/25/mayan-mathematics/

Mayan Mathematics

Mayan Mathematics - The Mayans had one of the most advanced number systems in…

Mayan totem pole display 2014 by Debby Wire

Mayan totem pole display 2014 by Debby Wire--paper plates decorated with Mayan…

Mayan civilisation display What we already know, what we want to find out and some diary entries from the point of view of Stephens and Catherwood

Mayan civilisation display What we already know, what we want to find out and some diary entries from the point of view of Stephens and Catherwood

Aztecs, Incas and Mayans Study | Stacy Sews and Schools

Aztecs, Incas and Mayans Study

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