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Stone Age to Iron Age

4A have loved finding about the Stone Age. Did you know it's called the Stone Age because early humans made tools out of stone!

 It is the longest period of human civilisation at 15,000 years!

We've learnt to cave paint, build stone houses like at Skara Brae, survive in the harsh conditions and to place events in chronological order.    To find out more about the Stone Age visit http://www.theschoolrun.com/homework-help/the-stone-age​

 

 

 

 

Our Stone Age to Iron Age Work

Our Stone Age to Iron Age Work 1 Our class display with cave paintings
Our Stone Age to Iron Age Work 2 Using clay to make Skara Brae
Our Stone Age to Iron Age Work 3 Using clay to make Skara Brae
Our Stone Age to Iron Age Work 4 A stone house with seaweed thatching
Our Stone Age to Iron Age Work 5 A stone house with smoke hole, fire pit
Our Stone Age to Iron Age Work 6
Our Stone Age to Iron Age Work 7 How to survive the Stone Age
Our Stone Age to Iron Age Work 8 How to survive the Stone Age
Our Stone Age to Iron Age Work 9 Finding out about Skara Brae

The Tiger Who Came to Tea

The Tiger Who Came to Tea 1 Who destroyed the kitchen?
The Tiger Who Came to Tea 2 Who destroyed the kitchen?
The Tiger Who Came to Tea 3 Who destroyed the kitchen?
The Tiger Who Came to Tea 4 Acting out having tea
The Tiger Who Came to Tea 5 Acting out having tea
The Tiger Who Came to Tea 6 Acting out having tea
The Tiger Who Came to Tea 7 Learning the story in Makaton
The Tiger Who Came to Tea 8 Learning the story in Makaton
The Tiger Who Came to Tea 9 Learning the story in Makaton
The Tiger Who Came to Tea 10 Learning the story in Makaton
The Tiger Who Came to Tea 11 Learning the story in Makaton
The Tiger Who Came to Tea 12 Story telling
The Tiger Who Came to Tea 13 Story telling
The Tiger Who Came to Tea 14 Story telling
The Tiger Who Came to Tea 15
The Tiger Who Came to Tea 16