Stone Age - Cave Paintings

Date: 8th Mar 2018 @ 4:26pm

This term we have been learning about the Stone Age. We have been looking at the cave paintings of Lascaux Cave and been thinking about the stories they tell. Each painting is evidence of what life was like in the past and of the discoveries the people of the Stone Age made. 


We designed our own cave paintings and then used charcoal and chalks to create our own replicas. Miss Woolloff even tipped up the tables so it felt like we were really drawing on cave walls. 

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