The aztecs group 3 aanya, agustina k.m, juana, lucía b, lucía m.

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The aztecs group 3 aanya, agustina k.m, juana, lucía b, lucía m.

  1. 1. EntertainmentBy: Agustina Kohan Miller, Lucia Bastida,Lucia Martínez, Aanya Shukla, and Juana Reynal.
  2. 2. Questions1. Why were music , songs and dancesImportant?2. What were some of the musical instruments thatthey played?3.What sports did they play?4.Which games did they play?
  3. 3. ANSWERS1.The songs(music) anddances were important forpartiesand festivals.
  4. 4. ANSWERS2. The musical instrumentsthat they played were: bells,flutes, drumsand tambourines.
  5. 5. ANSWERS3. One of the sports they playedwas “Ulama”, a ball game that wasvery popular. Ulama had a religiousmeaning. The ball – courtrepresented the world, and the ballstood for the moon and the sun.
  6. 6. ANSWERS4. The Aztecs had many gamesone of them was the patolli it wasvery popular. It was played on thefloor with rocks. Another gamewas called Backgammon andUlama.
  7. 7. Aztecs Pictures1. The Aztecs working toplant seeds.2. The calendar of theAztecs, in the middle wastheir sun god.
  8. 8. Aztecs Pictures1. The Aztecs dancing, in festivalsand parties.2. The Aztecs sports.
  9. 9. Aztecs Pictures1. Some Aztecs buildings, templesand surroundings.
  10. 10. We enjoyed our investigation.We liked to investigate Aztec games,and to look for photos. We learnedthat Aztecs had many ceremonies andfestivals . We made an effort not tofight and to agree.CONCLUSION
  11. 11. Sources• Title of book, author:• 1. The Aztecs/Graciela Jáuregui.• 2. Aztecs Newspaper/Philip Steele• 3. Aztecs/ Tony D. Triggs• 4. The Aztecs/ Judith CrosherSites:http://www.aztec-history.com/http://www.history.com/topics/aztecs/videos#the-aztecshttp://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/worldhistory/double_headed_serpenthttp://www.aztecs.mardonn.org

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