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).

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).

The Mayans and Aztecs are famous for inventing Hot Chocolate or Xocolatl as it was called in ancient Aztec (guess where it got it's name?) They made it by

The Mayans and Aztecs are famous for inventing Hot Chocolate or Xocolatl as it was called in ancient Aztec (guess where it got it's name?) They made it by

musical instruments for kids to make | ... musical instrument for young children that sounds just like falling

DIY: Rain Stick

musical instruments for kids to make | ... musical instrument for young children that sounds just like falling

A curated list of picture books featuring Latin American folktales for kids from a variety of cultures and countries including Aztec, Incan, Chile, Cuba and Puerto Rico.

14 Latin American Folktale Picture Books for Kids

A curated list of picture books featuring Latin American folktales for kids from a variety of cultures and countries including Aztec, Incan, Chile, Cuba and Puerto Rico.

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 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/

aztec coloring pages for kids | ... could find your favorites from aztec symbols and aztec patterns above

aztec coloring pages for kids | ... could find your favorites from aztec symbols and aztec patterns above

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