Teacher resources

The Jaguar Stones series:

A world of Maya themed adventures for students plus a wide range of free resources for teachers.

Free Skype visits with classes reading the Jaguar Stones books: contact us at info@jaguarstones.com

Pages to display your students' Jaguar Stones and Maya related projects/artwork

Interactive Q&A page for students to ask questions about the books and the Maya.

The opportunity for students to discover their birthdate and glyph in the Maya calendar

Links to the best Maya websites - all vetted for acuracy.

Downloadable posters and bookmarks.

iInteractive web module where students can create their own Maya name glyphs

When a city kid from Boston gets lost in the perilous rainforest, a local Maya girl comes to his rescue. Together, these teens from different worlds take off on a series of fast, thrilling, and laugh-out-loud funny adventures that explore Maya culture, mythology, and the meaning of belonging.

- high-level language use made accessible through a highly engaging and fast-paced story.

- explores interactions between different cultures, such as ancient/modern Maya, present-day North/Central America,  Maya/conquistadors, Maya/Aztecs, city/forest dwellers.

- wide-ranging, story-embedded references to rainforest ecosystems.

- contains rich visuals:

illustrations and maps

throughout the text

and in the extensive

glossary.

iWeb pages of up-to-date info on the Ancient Maya: calendar, math, number system,

Discounts for schools purchasing class sets of Jaguar Stones books. Here