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The Maya People Today

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Cultures +1 Age Levels Elementary (9 to 12 years old), Primary (5 to 8 years old)
This collection includes many videos, in English and Spanish, and resources showing how the Mayan people living today have preserved their traditions while adjusting to modern life. Students can use the collection to learn about the values and traditions that remain important in Mayan life today.

Those who want to learn more about the ancient Maya should view this collection:
https://learninglab.si.edu/collections/the-achievements-of-ancient-mayan-civilization/Cb7G8r7LdVF6mGqm

Unfinished jaguar mask

National Museum of the American Indian

The Maya People

National Museum of the American Indian

Los mayas

National Museum of the American Indian

Belt "Xchuk Paxyon"

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.

Commercial Scarf "Panyo"

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.

Woman's huipil/shirt

National Museum of the American Indian

Living Maya Time

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access

The Sun Above, the Sun Below

National Museum of the American Indian

El Sol arriba, el Sol abajo

National Museum of the American Indian

Sac Há Ceremony

National Museum of the American Indian

Ceremonia de Sac Ha'

National Museum of the American Indian

The work of K'iche' Day Keepers

National Museum of the American Indian

El trabajo de los contadores del tiempo

National Museum of the American Indian

Connecting Earth and Sky

National Museum of the American Indian

Conectando el cielo y la tierra

National Museum of the American Indian

Pa Puul Ceremony

National Museum of the American Indian

Ceremonia de Pa Puul

National Museum of the American Indian