Welcome to our Aztec themed puzzle, colouring and activity pages. The Aztecs were a culture that flourished in Central America from 1300 to 1521. They were a fierce tribe of warriors and fought endless wars with neighbouring tribes. Did you know that the Aztecs were the first people to discover chocolate and they made it into a drink similar to the hot chocolate we drink today? This great section features lots of colouring, puzzle and fact sheets focussed on the Aztec Empire and is a great place to learn more about the Aztecs.
What was it like to live in Aztec times? You have found a medallion, what is it, what does it do? Is it a key to the Aztec world of the past? Let your imagination run wild with our Aztec story paper.
This great Aztec medallion is packed full of detail for you to colour.
Quetzalcoatl is an Aztec God whose name translates as "serpent of precious feathers". He is the God of civilisation, life, wisdom, sun, wind and air. We have a detailed drawing of him all ready for you to decorate with bright colours.
Here we have a detailed colouring page of the Aztec God Tonatiuh. Tonatiuh whose name can be translated as "He who makes the day" is a sun God and is often represented as a fierce war like God associated with the eagle.
Xolotl is the Aztec God of fire, lightning and death. He was often depicted with a human skeleton and the head of a dog. The Ancient Aztecs believed that a dog could help guide you after death. This colouring page is dedicated to this Ancient God all ready for you to brighten up and colour in.
This great Aztec medallion is perfect for colouring or you can add more detail for your own individual medallion.
Here we have an Aztec pattern sheet for you to colour. The designs of the Aztecs were often circular or rectangular with the patterns usually made using recurring geometric designs and symbols. They often used a wide variety of colours and were often very bright.
Aztec temples were usually found at the top of a pyramid like this temple-pyramid we have for you to print out and colour. They were used for religious ceremonies and sacrifice.
Totem poles are monumental carvings consisting of a pole carved with symbols or figures. This detailed Aztec totem pole is all ready for you to colour.
What do you know about the Aztec God Quetzalcoatl? This great information sheet tells you lots about the Aztec God and the legends that surround him.
Tonatiuh was an Aztec sun God. Find out more about this interesting God in our great information sheet.
Xolotl was the Aztec God of fire and lightning. Find out more information about this God and the legends that surround him in our information sheet.
Aztec temples were built on top of pyramids, do you know what they were used for? Find out with this great information and colouring sheet.
Our Aztec puzzle sheet contains four different activities to keep you busy including a word search, colouring, word wheel and maths puzzle. We hope you enjoy completing it.
Can you find your way through the maze to find the hidden Aztec temple? Why not colour the temple in to make it extra special?
The Aztecs believed in over 200 different Gods. They believed that the Gods controlled everything including the sun, the wind, crops, families, disease and war. Here we have a selection of some of the more well known Aztec Gods to find in our Aztec Gods word search. Good luck finding them.
Our Aztec themed word search has lots of words associated with the Aztec Empire. From temples to chocolate there are lots of words to find to keep you busy in this great word search.
How much do you know about the Aztecs? Test your knowledge with this great clue crossword puzzle.
Can you fit the Aztec related words into the grid provided?
Do you like anagrams? There are lots of Aztec related words to unscramble in our Aztec word scramble. How quick can you work them all out?
Fill in the grid with the letters that make up the word "MASK" in this great Aztec sudoku game.
Test your logic skills with this Aztecs number sudoku with a bonus Aztec pattern for you to colour in.
Can you make up your own acrostic poem with the letters that make up the word "AZTECS"?