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Engage students with these resources in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. Find even more lessons and materials for teaching during Hispanic Heritage Month here.
The Inka Empire: What Innovations Can Provide Food and Water for Millions?
Explore Inka-period engineering accomplishments that allowed the Inka to manage their vast empire, and how their legacy has relevancy in the present day.
The Great Inka Road: How Can a Road System Be an Example of Innovation?
Explore a variety of sources to learn about the engineering of the Great Inka Road system and the Q'eswachaka suspension grass bridge.
The Chaski: Official Messengers of the Inka Empire
This teacher's guide provides information about Chaski, relay runners in the Inka Empire.
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Save the Date! Thanksgiving Teacher Workshops
This two-part series will provide resources and strategies to create a more appropriate and accurate representation of Native cultures in your classroom related to Thanksgiving.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Native Americans
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