What Did the Aztecs Do for Me?
A digital solution for your classroom with features created with teachers and students in mind: * Perpetual license * 24 hour, 7 days a week access * No limit to the number of students accessing one title at a time * Provides a School to Home connection wherever internet is available * Easy to use * Ability to turn audio on and off * Words highlighted to match audio From chocolate to chewing gum to the Day of the Dead, the Aztecs continue to influence all aspects of contemporary life. Read this book to find out more about how we encounter links to the ancient world every day.
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adobe avocado Aztec boys Aztec Cities Aztec Empire lasted Aztec farmers Aztec foods Aztec market Aztec medicine Aztec priests Aztec pyramids Aztec society Aztec warriors Aztec woman Aztecs believed Aztecs Conquered Aztecs invented Aztlan beans as money cacao beans canals carmine causeways central Mexico spoke chewing gum chia chicle chinampas bacteria chocolate cloth cochineal insects conquistador Hernán Cortés craftspeople dead defeat the Aztecs diabetes drink emperor feathers food coloring healers Heinemann Library Hernán Cortés arrived Human sacrifice human waste Island gardens jewelry killed Lake Texcoco lots Mexicans Mexico City Mexico City’s chinampas Mexico in March Moctezuma Moctezuma II Nahuatl language neighbors painting shows patolli player prickly pear cactus rabbit raised road reached Tenochtitlán rediscover Aztec cures rubber sacred district saw-swords Scientists shows Aztec sold Spanish conquistador Hernán Spanish fought speak Nahuatl step-pyramid Stretching ceremony tamales Tecuicatl Tenochtitlán in November Tlateloco tlatoani tomato tortillas traders tributes Ullamaliztli