STONE AGE

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6th GRADE STONEHENGE

6th Graders study prehistory in Social Studies. Last week I showed them images of Stonehenge and discussed the idea of prehistoric sculptur...

TOOLS: Prehistoric artists employed a wide variety of painting methods, using their fingers first and later pointed sticks, bone, pads of moss wrapped in hide or brushes made of animal hair, feathers or vegetable fibre. Ochre crayons were also used to apply pigment directly onto the surface. They also used spray painting techniques, by spitting out the mixed paint from their mouths and even using reeds or specially hollowed bones - saliva acts as a binder

Stone Age art

preshistoric art work (mobiliary and art parietal) presented by James Dilley

Stone Age art by year 3. Stonehenge silhouettes on sunrise backgrounds, clay necklaces on wire and tea stained cave painting.

Stone Age art by year 3. Stonehenge silhouettes on sunrise backgrounds, clay necklaces on wire and tea stained cave painting.

Arte rupestre

Plástica "Rupestre"

El 3º ciclo de Primaria esta trabajando el tema de la Prehistoria en Plástica. Comenzamos el trimestre haciendo pisapapeles con piedras en las que dibujamos pinturas rupestres (imitando a nuestros antepasados). Hicimos pulseras con chapas de refrescos y continuamos con las carpetas prehistóricas, un trabajo artístico con madera de marquetería, que se está quedando muy bonito.

Chapter 1 Activity: tools and weapons with cardboard and string.

Cave Art Comes Alive!

There are certain units in art class that take on a life of their own and just GROW! My Cave art unit turned out even better than I had anticipated and grew into a Pre-K – Grade 5 theme due…

Pupils note their learning on the Stone Age topic by making a diary of a man from that period

Pupils note their learning on the Stone Age topic by making a diary of a man from that period

A cross-curricular topic map (overview) showing how to link this history unit to other areas of the curriculum. Full unit of work available from ks2history.com

Stone Age to Iron Age topic map

A free cross-curricular topic map showing ideas for how to link the 'Stone Age to Iron Age' topic to other areas of the curriculum. This Stone Age planning map is designed with Year 3/Year 4 in mind but it could easily be adapted to other year groups. It works alongside our popularStone Age to Iron ...

English worksheet: Stone Age vs. Computer Age Part 1

Stone Age vs. Computer Age Part 1 - ESL worksheet by Charlenehunter

This worksheet goes with a power point presentation that I will add shortly, and the second part of the worksheet will be downloaded tomorrow. The students can learn how people and things have progressed over the years. There is also a fun

Here is one of my favourite lessons: Cave Art. These were created by 6th grade students.       We looked at the famous  Caves of Lasca...

Cave Art Paintings

Here is one of my favourite lessons: Cave Art. These were created by 6th grade students. We looked at the famous Caves of Lasca...