Type
Word Search
Description

MESOAMERICA
OBSIDIAN
YUCATAN
CACAO
JADE
PALENQUE
PACAL
BALLGAME
TERRACES
TEMPLES
CITYSTATES
TIKAL
CALAKMUL
BLOODYWARFARE
SACRIFICE
DROUGHT

Mayan Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

alliances
heredity
reign
currency
cacao
kings
temples
sacrifice
astronomy
ancientbooks
stone carving
citystate
guatemala
takai
calendars
peasants
population
astonomers
mathematics
trade
merchants
farmers
ball game
Swampland
Developed
Method
Mayan

Mesoamerica Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Tikal
Adobe
Irrigation
Tenochtitlan
Yucatan Peninsula
Mexico
Quipu
Zapotecs
Olmecs
Architecture
Mayans
Aztecs
Inca Empire
Peru
Incan Religion
Incan Royals
Specialized Professions
Terrace Farming
City of Cuzco
Sapa Inca
Pachacuti
Machu Picchu

Mayan Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

codex
astronomy
calendars
pacal
maize
maya
mesoamerica
obsidian
palenque
pok-a-tok

The Mayan Wordsearch

Type
Word Search
Description

maya society
popol vuh
observatories
upperclass
lower class
religion
civilization
palenque
warfare
trade
pacal
obsidian

Mesoamerica Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

corn Maize
a region a region that includes the southern part of Mexico and parts of central America Mesoamerica
a sharp glass like volcanic rock Obsidian
a Mayan king has a temple built in Palenque where he was buried Pacal
buildings to study astronomy Observatories
Maya legends and history were written in this book Popol Vuh
raised roads across water or wet ground Causeways
the soldiers that came to spread the catholic religion Conquistadors
a man who led a group of conquistadors, who eventually take over the Aztec Hernan Cortes
The last Aztec emperor who was conquered by the Spanish Moctezuma
Another name for the type of ancient book the Aztec used Codex
Inca ruler who helped the Inca expanded their territory greatly Pachacuti
The Incas established official language Quechua
Animals that are related to camels, but native to South America Llamas
A man who led a group of  conquistadors, who eventually took over the Inca Francisco Pizarro
stonework Masonry

Maya Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

common religious practice sacrifice
belief in gods religion
important achievement of the Maya calendar
geographical area of the Maya Mesoamerica
Maya King, rich merchants, noble warriors upper class
This goup of people helped to build the temples and fought in battles. They were sometimes sacrificed. lowerclass
Maya citizens were very good at creating artifacts and jewelry out of ____________. jade
The Maya often played on ________________ ball courts. stone
______________________ Peninsula Yucatan
type of architecture (building type) of the Maya that were shaped like mountains temples
an ancient Maya city Palenque
among the first people to develop a math symbol for ______ zero
built _______________ for farming on mountain sides terraces
The Maya grew beans, squash, and _______________ (corn) maize
The Maya were located in central __________________. Mexico

The Olmec Civilization Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

chocolate
jaguars
jade
gods
obsidian
mica
mirrors
sculptures
ball games
stone heads
calendars
irrigation
pottery
religion
pyramids
san lorenzo
artists
civilization
mesoamerica
trade
mexico
guatemala

Maya, Aztecs, Incas Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

MESOAMERICA
PACAL
EMPIRE
MEXICO
SOUTH AMERICA
WARRIOR
TEMPLE
MASONRY
QUECHUA
CUZCO
CONQUISTADORS
CAUSEWAYS
TENOCHITILAN
OBSERVATIONS
PALENQUE
MAIZE
INCAS
AZTECS
MAYA

Aztecs, Incas, and Mayans Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Aztec
Beringia
Buffalo
Calendar
Chichen Itza
Cusco
Ice Age
Inca
Machu Picchu
Mammoth
Maya
Mesoamerica
Mexico
Nomads
Palenque
Peru
Runes
Temples
Teotihuacan
Yucatan Peninsula

Mesoamerica Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

tikal
la venta
mesoamerica
anthropologist
causeway
appease
chinampa
conquistador
obsidian
dike
cenote
codex
basalt
maize
stucco