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Replica Mayan Calendar Stone

Product Code: HI00561
A great cross-curricular maths, geography and literacy opportunity.
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Cross-Curricular Use

This replica Mayan calendar stone is ideal for integrating into maths, geography, and literacy activities, providing a multifaceted educational experience for children.

Historical Accuracy

The Maya calendar system is one of the most accurate in human history, offering a fascinating insight into ancient timekeeping methods.

Engaging Design

Constructed from clay and measuring 23cm in diameter, this replica offers a tactile and visually appealing way to explore Maya culture.

Supports Curriculum

Supports Key Stage Two history by illustrating changes from the Stone Age to the Iron Age, enhancing understanding of ancient civilisations.

Art & Design Integration

Useful for Key Stage Three art and design lessons, helping children learn about historical art, craft, and architectural styles.

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Mayan Calendar Stone

A great cross-curricular maths, geography and literacy opportunity.

Overview

  • Constructed from clay and measuring 23cm in diameter, this replica Mayan calendar stone enhances learning across multiple subjects. It provides a tangible way for children to explore the intricacies of the Maya calendar system, sparking discussions about ancient civilizations and their contributions to modern timekeeping.

  • In history lessons, the artefact supports Key Stage 2 curriculum by illustrating changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. This allows for comparative studies that help children understand technological advancements and cultural developments. It also integrates into art and design lessons at Key Stage 3, where children learn about ancient art, craft, design, and architecture.

  • The resource supports cross-curricular activities in maths and geography. Teachers can explain the mathematical precision behind the Maya calendar system and its geographical significance. It enhances literacy exercises, making it a valuable addition to any classroom.

Supports the National Curriculum

History, Key Stage 2, Stone Age to Iron Age

Changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. From late Neolithic hunters-gathers. Bronze Age religion, technology and travel. Iron Age hill forts, tribal kingdoms, farming, art and culture.

Art & Design, Key Stage 3

Learn about the history of art, craft, design and architecture, including periods, styles and major movements from ancient times up to the present day.

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    Material

  • Clay

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    Diameter

  • 23 cm

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