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Includes 30 vocabulary terms used for Ancient Civilizations of the Western Hemisphere: Aztec, Inca, Maya, Mississippians. The last page is a blank template so that you can add your own terms.
Grades:
3rd - 9th
Ancient civilizations living in both the western and eastern hemispheres produced distinctive black on white pottery, decorated with painted images common to their worlds. The Mimbres people of the pre-Columbian North American Southwest, mainly used the animals and insects of their region for design
Discover how the Maya pioneered advancements in astronomy, mathematics and more!Download Includes:- Curriculum ideas and guiding questions- Field trip curriculum connection at Cincinnati Museum Center- Worksheet, upper grades - Guiding Questions in relation to exhibit - Search for exhibit evid
This standard-based assessment matches the Ohio Social Studies Standard listed below. The assessment questions are varied (multiple choice, short answer, diagrams, tables, matching, venn diagram, etc.) to create a rigorous assessment experience that will show you what students really know!5.HIS.2 Ea
Grades:
3rd - 7th
Comprehensive and illustrated study guide for World History 1 (Early Man to 1500 AD). Great review tool for an end of course exam or SOL. Covers all essential knowledge for the following units: - Early Man - Early River Valley Civilizations - Persia, India, China -
Here is a curriculum guide for teaching some of the most famous civilizations of the Western Hemisphere.
One of my 'Head Webs' for Western Hemisphere Studies. Students use the Olmec head statue as the center of the web and write details about the civilization around it.
Ancient peoples from around the world shared the experience of stargazing, and many civilizations built calendars based on observational science. Scholars will develop map skills and enjoy a virtual Google Earth tour of Chankillo the oldest working calendar in the Western Hemisphere. They will then
Calculate like the Maya--the astronomers of Ancient America! Crush Common Core with this high interest cross-curricular strategy! Teach Spanish numbers, Native American history, and math all in one game! Pertinent math concepts include real, rational, and natural numbers, integers, commutative
Grades:
6th - 12th
This bundle includes 3 student atlases containing 65 maps with teacher keys total! The Western Hemisphere Student Atlas works well with middle school geography classes while the American History and World History Student Atlases pair well with American and World history respectively. The maps are
Students create their own atlas throughout the year as they complete a physical and political map for ancient cultures. Also includes several basic map skills maps, some extension questions and a printer ink friendly version of each!Map Sets Included:•Things on a Map•World Physical Map•Eastern Hemi
Grades:
6th - 8th
This is a 3-day unit that correlates to the following Ohio 5th Grade Social Studies Standards:Early Civilizations:-Early Indian civilizations (Maya, Inca, Aztec, Mississippian) existed in the Western Hemisphere prior to the arrival of Europeans. These civilizations had developed unique governments,
This is a 3-day unit that correlates to the following Ohio 5th Grade Social Studies Standards:Early Civilizations:-Early Indian civilizations (Maya, Inca, Aztec, Mississippian) existed in the Western Hemisphere prior to the arrival of Europeans. These civilizations had developed unique governments,
This is a 3-day unit that correlates to the following Ohio 5th Grade Social Studies Standards:Early Civilizations:-Early Indian civilizations (Maya, Inca, Aztec, Mississippian) existed in the Western Hemisphere prior to the arrival of Europeans. These civilizations had developed unique governments,
This is a 3-day unit that correlates to the following Ohio 5th Grade Social Studies Standards:Early Civilizations:-Early Indian civilizations (Maya, Inca, Aztec, Mississippian) existed in the Western Hemisphere prior to the arrival of Europeans. These civilizations had developed unique governments,
NEW Summer 2020: I have added some digital resources to help your students learn about: (Google Slides)European ExplorersColoniesRevolutionWestern HemisphereEconomicsRegionsTimelinesThen and NowTransportationCommunitiesRulesConstitutionNative American regionsOregon TrailBy popular demand, I have m
UNIT 1: The Emergence of Human Communities, to 500 BCE1. Nature, Humanity, and History to 3500 BCE and the First River Valley Civilizations, 3500-1500 BCE2. New Civilizations in the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, 2200-250 BCE3. The Mediterranean and Middle East, 2000-500 BCEBased off the textbook:
Need a way to use more primary sources without a lot of time? This is a great activity to incorporate Aztec codices into your Early American Civilizations unit. Students will work in groups to match the codex to its description. They are exposed to these sources without feeling overwhelmed. At the
This pack includes: -one handout that correlates to the first page -one handout that correlates to the two inside pages -one graphic organizer of the ancient civilizations of the Western Hemisphere -ancient civilization research page -page for final draft of research Answers to both the graphic or
NOTE: I am creating digital activities for Google slides for teachers to use for distance learning. I add them as I finish.Native American regionsfive countries of the western hemisphereExplorersregions in the USAMexicoBrazilCanadaUSADominican RepublicAncient Civilizations of the AmericasMayaInca
This is a unit that correlates to the following Ohio 5th Grade Social Studies Standards:History: Historical Thinking and Skills:-Multiple-tier timelines can be used to show relationships among events and places.Early Civilizations:-Early Indian civilizations (Maya, Inca, Aztec, Mississippian) exist
This assignment gives students the opportunity to read a Mayan chant and an Aztec song that almost seem to predict the doom of their civilizations. Students will analyze the readings to determine theme, foreshadowing, mood, and word meanings. Aztec Maya Mayan Olmec Inca Toltec Ancient Civilization
This is a multiple-choice quiz that helps students understand, identify, and explain the development of the first Eastern and Western Civilizations. This quiz summarizes the second chapter in the world history textbooks and reviews the civilizations that had developed in the Eastern and Western Hemi
Grades:
9th - 12th
OBJECTIVE: To understand how civilizations arose in various parts of the world. TIME: 1 class period You can begin this activity by reading with the class a brief section entitled The Four Cradles of Civilization. This mentions how the first civilizations on earth arose at separate locations in th

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