Weaving - at the end of the Stone Age, people began to weave material. We have been doing our own weaving.
Stone Henge Sunsets- we used chalk and oil pastels to create silhouette sunset pictures
Exploring food miles - How far does our food travel? What food would Stone Age people have eaten?
How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth - following instructions to make our own mini woolly mammoth!
Our finished mammoths!
Shoe Box Caves
Take a look at this humorous video to introduce life during the Stone Age!
Eric's latest adventure takes him to the Stone Age (the Mesolithic period to be exact) where he travels by dugout boat to the family's winter camp and shows off his hunting skills to terrified rodents.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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