Lives and Responsibilities of the Aztec People
In the Aztec house- holds, the men farmed or did craft work such as pottery, weaving, metal working, and wood carving. The women made the clothing and cooked the meals.
Until the age of ten, boys stayed home learning skills from their fathers, then they would go to school for a general education and military training. Girls were expected to learn housekeeping and cooking skills; very few girls attended schools.
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