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 Lascaux, in France and watched a Youtube video about them. These paintings are estimated to be 17,300 years old. They consist mostly of primitive images of large animals, most of which are known from fossil evidence to have lived in the area at the time. The images include bison, bulls, horses, mammoths, etc. The caves were discovered by chance in 1941 by French teenager…
Stone Age Craft - How to make a Paper Axe - Red Ted Art - Make crafting with kids easy & fun
Fun and Easy Stone Age Craft perfect for KS2 students. Explore the Stone Age Curriculum and have a go at this paper stone age axe
Stone Age art work year 3, over 2 lessons. First about tones of a colour then looking at the Stonehenge and thinking about bets ways to make silhouette, ripping was most affective.
Willamalane Park and Recreation District, OR
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6th Grade: Prehistoric Cave Art
Sixth graders have finished their cave walls! Last year I didn't get to do a cave art project with the students because they breezed through the unit in social studies and started right in on the Ancient Egyptians. This year, I made sure I started this early, so as we have finished this up in art class, the students are just starting cave art in social studies...perfect timing! Tomorrow is parent-teacher conference night so we managed to get this done just in time. Unfortunately, I couldn't…
Stone Age Artefacts and Sources of Evidence (Lesson)
A full lesson exploring the types of historical evidence that tell us about the Stone Age. The resource includes a detailed lesson plan, Powerpoint and pupil resource sheets. This is the fourth lesson in the popular KS2HistoryStone Age to Iron Age Unit for KS2.What kind of sources tell us about the ...