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Resources for Studying the Mayans, Incas and Aztecs

This is one of my looking back posts of work we did over the summer holidays a few years ago.  It was a study which was meant to last a whole summer, but which the children enthusiastically completed in two weeks!

Here are some of the resources we used:

Not terribly authentic dressing up!
Activity books, lapbooks, sticker books and colouring in books
Clay for modeling, a Mayan archeological dig and mask making
Lots and lots of non-fiction books…..
…and as always lots of historical fiction!

Tomorrow I will share what we did with all these wonderful resources.

12 comments on “Resources for Studying the Mayans, Incas and Aztecs

  1. I bet they enjoyed it! Your projects always look like a lot of fun! I’ll look forward to seeing what was done with them.

  2. So many great books! Are we going to get to see some masks?

  3. Looks like great resources.

  4. I love the resources. Tom Sawyer went to Mayan Camp last year and loved it.
    Blessings, Dawn

  5. Looks like another fun study. I love all the books you use. Did you say you get most through Amazon? We have so many books, too. I think we could be a library!

    • Oh, us too. I’ve just joined Amazon Prime so I get free delivery now. I do not need any encouragement!!

  6. Thank you for taking the time to do your memory lane posts. We haven’t studied the Incas, Mayans or Aztecs yet, so your ideas and resources are so helpful for our planning.

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