A set of materials which encourage the dissemination of information about the Ancient Maya in the K-12 classroom. From the Tulane Maya Symposium Teacher Workshop.
- Putting the Pieces Together: Reconstructing a Maya Vase
- The Origins of Agriculture
- My Name in Maya Hieroglyphics
- ‘Stela-r’ Achievements: Commemorating Your Life the Maya Way
- Ancient Mesoamerican Manuscript Painting
- Garbage Excavation Project
- Classroom Plan and Profile
- The Mesoamerican Ballgame – Description of the ballgame covering its Pre-Columbian origins, equipment, stakes of the game, rites and rituals, and much more.
- Excavation Unit: Incorporating Maya Archaeology into Your Classroom by Dylan J. Clark and Jessica A. Deckard
Additional Resources about the Maya
- Map of Maya Lowlands
- Mesoamerican Timeline
- Maya Ballgame
- Rollout photos of polychrome vessels.
- Merle Greene Robertson's rubbings of monuments
- The Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies
- The Middle American Research Institute at Tulane University
- San Diego Museum of Man – The museum’s site offers plenty of resources for teaching Ancient Mayan Civilization exploring factors contributing to the collapse of Classic Maya civilization, mathematical concepts of the Maya, and Maya counting and calendars.