Year Stone Age to Iron Age Homework Grid.
The Stone Age was a time in history when early humans used tools and weapons made out of stone. It lasted from when the first stone tools were made, by our ancestors, about 3.4 million years ago until the introduction of metal tools a few thousand years ago. The Stone Age is divided into three periods and the exact dates for each period vary across the world. The Old Stone (Palaeolithic) Age.
After the Stone Age came the Bronze Age, when bronze (a mixture of copper and tin) became common. The Iron Age is considered to have lasted between 1200 BC and 800 AD, depending on the region.
Cave Paintings - look at the information and recreate your own cave painting. Stone-age-cave-paintings-photo-powerpoint.ppt.
Know about changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age, including Iron Age Art and Culture. Art. Improve mastery of art and design techniques; Produce creative work, exploring their ideas and recording their experiences. Planning and Activities. In this session the children explore the Iron Age tribal names and totem animals and design an authentic totem animal ready for the Tribal.
Stone Age to Iron Age How did Britain change? The Stone Age The term Stone Age refers to a long period of time that we can break down into 3 parts. In the early Stone Age, which we call Palaeolithic, people were hunters and they found food by roaming from place to place in different seasons. The middle Stone Age, called the levels rose and Britain became an island (before this time, Britain.
Introduction Stone Age to Iron Age covers around 10,000 years, between the last Ice Age and the coming of the Romans. Such a long period is difficult for children to imagine, but putting the children into a living time-line across the classroom might help. In one sense not a lot.
A Day in the Life of a 10-year-old in the Stone Age. Watch more video. Take a journey back to ancient Britain! Our resources will let you forget about the modern world and get into the minds of.