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by Ann Stalcup

ePub Mayan Weaving: A Living Tradition (Crafts of the World) download
Author:
Ann Stalcup
ISBN13:
978-0823953318
ISBN:
0823953319
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Publisher:
PowerKids Press; 1st edition (January 1, 2003)
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Subcategory:
Arts Music & Photography
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1101 kb
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1832 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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Series: Crafts of the World. Library Binding: 24 pages. This is a nicely readable nonfiction book on Mayan weaving. It is a nice, more focused alternative to the broader subjects of the Mayans in general, which tend to be too wordy and detailed for some young readers.

Series: Crafts of the World. Color photos of Mayan girls and women in traditional garb are the best thing about the book.

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The Mayan women, weavers of textiles, are the ones who, for the most part, stick to tradition and wear the trajes. Mayan Weaving: A Living Tradition. Crafts of the worldl (illustrated e. The Rosen Publishing Group. p. 9. ISBN 0823953319

The Mayan women, weavers of textiles, are the ones who, for the most part, stick to tradition and wear the trajes. ISBN 0823953319. Retrieved May 17, 2014.

Cultural Dress of the Maya. Mayan women traditionally wear traje, which is a combination of a skillfully woven, multicolored blouse called a huipil of a corte, a woven wraparound skirt that reaches to the ankles, and is held together by faja (sash) at the waist. Women also wear some form of headdress, such as paƱuelo, on their heads, or cintas, four- or five-foot-long colorful ribbons that are braided into their shiny, long, black hair.

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Maya Weaving: A Living Tradition. A symbolic narrative of how the world came to be and how humans first appeared on Earth. The Spanish word for ribbon, and a component of traditional Mayan clothing. A waterproof receptacle for holding water. A substance made of an aggregate, a binder, and water.

Hands-on activities always engage children and help them process new information. This series introduces children to crafts from nations around the globe. With stunning photographs and a craft project that the reader can try at home or in class, your students will have the opportunity to participate in traditional projects from nations and cultures they may have never known.
  • This author visited my school and I wanted to become familiar with her books when she arrived. So I purchased 9 of her books for my classroom. This was quite a few years back, but all of my classes since that time continue to enjoy her books. I have also been able to use them in conjunction with my art program and also during literature and social studies units.

  • This is a nicely readable nonfiction book on Mayan weaving. It is a nice, more focused alternative to the broader subjects of the Mayans in general, which tend to be too wordy and detailed for some young readers. Color photos of Mayan girls and women in traditional garb are the best thing about the book. If you go to Guatemala, this is exactly what you will see!