Let’s Record The Buildings of the Inka!

by | Feb 14, 2020

The Buildings of the Inka book cover

Is your young ancient explorer fascinated by the majestic city of Machu Picchu? Or perhaps they need to practice converting common measurements and calculating perimeter and area?
Yes? Then I have just created a resource that is the perfect for them!

In my latest e-resource, Let’s Record The Buildings of the Inka, I encourage young ancient explorers to become great mathematicians and builders just like the Ancient Inka!

In this 15-page bundle, children are introduced to the Inkan architectural tradition, including their measurement system. They will also learn of some of the methods archaeologists use to record them. The resource contains activities and a fun scenario-based problem that encourages children to practice converting measurement units, calculate perimeter and area.

Let’s Record the Buildings of the Inka will be available rom my e-store as a PDF download starting next week. It will also be available from my Teachers Pay Teachers store.

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