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Mayan Geography

In outdoor learning, the children have learnt about Mayan homes (nahs), farming methods and Mayan trading. First of all, the children made Mayan huts with clay, grass and bind weed. They created a horse-shoe shape for the base and then used twigs for the structure. They used grass and bindweed to represent the vines the Mayans would use to weave between logs for their huts. Great teamwork from everyone! Then, they built their city (including a temple)  and then looked at trading different vegetables, meat and feathers to buy things to build their home.


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