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Resources on the Maya for KS2
Maya Calendar Pack
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Maya Calendar Pack

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A great teaching aid in understanding how the Maya calendar works. The pack consists of materials and instructions on how to create and read the 52 year Maya calendar round. Includes 5 separate rings to cut out in white card, information about the calendar and a quiz. Size: A4.
KS2 Maya Teaching Resource
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KS2 Maya Teaching Resource

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Curricula I helped create on the Contemporary Maya. Stone Center for Latin American Studies, Tulane University, New Orleans. I also hold teacher workshops at the moment on the Maya in London and elsewhere. https://sites.google.com/site/drdianeedavies/Home
KS2 Maya Scheme of Work with Lesson Plans
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KS2 Maya Scheme of Work with Lesson Plans

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The Maya – KS2 Scheme of Work is a detailed unit of work for schools, with 14 lesson plans, created by teachers who accompanied Dr Diane Davies, a Maya archaeologist, on CPD trips to the Maya area. **All the proceeds from the sale of this scheme of work goes to the Chok Education Charity, which supports the education of Maya children at Melody School, Guatemala. ** The scheme of work is unique in being written by both a specialist on the Maya and primary school teachers who have spent time visiting ancient Maya cities and spending time with the Maya people today. In particular, Mark Woolley (Our Lady of Mount Carmel RC Primary School, Ashton-Under-Lyne), Richard Petts (Grindleford Primary School, Derbyshire), Jennifer Farmer (Aldington Primary School, Kent), Selina King (Holywell School, Bedfordshire) and Lisa White (Townend Junior School, Derbyshire). Maya Rainforest Maya “Collapse” Maya Ballgame - Pok-ta-Pok Maya Cities and Architecture Mayan Languages Archaeology Arts and Crafts Gods and Goddesses Calendar Timeline and Maps Maths Music Writing Food Accompanying powerpoints, images and further information about Chok Education can also be found on Dr Davies’s website - www.mayaarchaeologist.co.uk