Aztec, Maya, Inca, & Mesoamerica Unit | 10 Resources for Mesoamerica

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This was an excellent resource for learning about Mesoamerica. My students really enjoyed the different activities and I appreciated how it covered the different cultures of Mesoamerica.
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In this Mesoamerica Unit Bundle on the Aztecs, Incas, and Mayans, you receive 9 engaging and hands-on resources to teach about Aztec inventions, Inca culture, Tenochtitlan, the disappearance of the Maya, Spanish conquistadors, and much more. Buy this bundle and save considerably over purchasing each lesson separately!

In this highly-engaging Inca, Aztec, and Maya Bundle, you receive the following 9 resources:

✔ 1.) Aztecs and Incas - A Comparing and Contrasting Scavenger Hunt!

✔ 2.) Aztecs and Their Inventions: Students Navigate Through Four Aztec Marvels!

✔ 3.) Inca Empire Myth-Busters! Students explore Inca culture, life, & religion!

✔ 4.) Tenochtitlan: What did Cortes' think of the Aztec capital? Great Common Core!

✔ 5.) **NEW** How did the Spanish deceive the Aztecs?

✔ 6.) The Inca, Aztec, and Maya Civilizations! A Webquest Over Mesoamerica!

✔ 7.) The Maya CSI Investigation: What Happened to the Once-Great Maya Empire?

✔ 8.) Where were the Spanish conquistadors able to easily defeat the natives? A DBQ Investigation!

✔ 9.) Mesoamerica "I Can" Statements & Learning Goals! Log Aztec, Inca, & Maya Goals!

✔ 10.) Mesoamerica Quiz!



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