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On my way to school!
All Aztec children were educated regardless of their social status.
The first step of Aztec education began at home with your parents.
From age 4-5 boys would learn from their fathers skills like fishing. Girls would learn from their mothers how to do household tasks.
The children would do this until they were about 14 years old. Then they would attend school.
There were 2 Aztec schools, one for the noble class and one for the commoners.
At the Telpochcalli school, you would learn agricultural skills, military training, trade and pottery.
Girls went to a separate school where they learned singing, dancing, crafts and household tasks.
The Calmecac was the school for nobles. This is where they learned how to be teachers, priests, leaders or even artists.
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