Warm up. On a piece of paper, each group must list three main things about the Maya, Aztecs, and Inca civilizations. B. They walked across a land bridge. One theory about how early people migrated from Asia to America is: They came with the Spanish They walked across a land bridge
Warm up • On a piece of paper, each group must list three main things about the Maya, Aztecs, and Inca civilizations.
B. They walked across a land bridge • One theory about how early people migrated from Asia to America is: • They came with the Spanish • They walked across a land bridge • They came by sea • They came on horseback
C. Hunters followed animals • One theory about why early peoples migrated from Asia to the Americas is: • They needed free land • There were plenty of horses • Hunters followed animals • None of the above
C. They were hunters • How did early Americans get their food during the Ice Age? • They were merchants • They were farmers • They were hunters
C. Asia to North America • Bering Strait was a land bridge which connected: • Africa to North America • Africa to Europe • Asia to North America • South America to North America
Ice Age • During the ___________ people traveled from Asia to North America.
B. They settled one place • How did agriculture affected the way early people lived? • They stopped hunting • They settled one place • None of the above
True • The mound builders were well organized. • True/False
B. Anasazi • The _______ nation lived on the top of a mesa in the Four Corners area. • Mound Builders • Anasazi • Chorekee • Inuit
True • Trade was important to the Mound Builders. True/False
B. Cliff Dwellers • The Anasazi were: • Mound Builders • Cliff Dwellers • Mexican Conquerors • None of the above
water • The need for ________ affected the cultures developed by the people of Southwest.
Mississippi River • The Mound Builders lived east of ______________.
C. Inuit • The _____ presently live in the frozen lands near the Arctic Ocean. • Cherokee • Mound Builders • Inuit
Inuit • The ______ developed the kayak.
Inuit • The _____ lived in houses made from blocks of packed snow.
Aztecs, Maya, Inca • The three powerful civilizations developed in Mexico, Central America, and south America were: _______, _______, _________
B. Aztec • Tenochtitlan city became the capital of the mighty ______ empire. • Inca • Aztec • Anasazi • Mayan
C. Maya • The ________ were successful farmers that they began to grow surplus. • Inca • Anasazi • Maya • Aztec
C. Aztecs • The ______ extended their borders by conquering other people in the Valley of Mexico. • Inca • Maya • Aztecs
A. Anasazi • ______ were the first to use irrigation in what is now the United States. • Anasazi • Inuit • Inca • None of the above
Inca • _________ developed the fastest communications systems.
C. Inca • Cuzco became the capital of the ______ empire. • Aztec • Maya • Inca
B. Maya • Specializing helped the ______ to develop a complex civilization. • Inca • Maya • Inuit • Aztecs
B. Maya • The _______ developed system of writing. • Aztecs • Maya • Inca • Inuit
B. Aztecs • ________ built one of the world’s largest cities. • Inca • Aztecs • Maya
B. Maya • The ______ developed extremely accurate calendar. • Inca • Maya • Aztec
True • The Maya were successful farmers. True/False
Artifact • ______: object made in the past
Migrate • ____: to move to a different place.
Tribute • ____: payment demanded by rulers from their people.
Archaeologist • __________ studies artifacts of people.
Ice Age • ________ : long period of extreme cold on Earth
Empire • _______: a group of lands and people ruled by one leader.
Civilization • __________: culture with organized system of government, religion, and learning.