Building Stonehenge and Painting Our Stone Age Cave

Lesson: History

Class: Year 3 Year: 2015 - 2016

This halfterm Year 3 have been learning all about The Stone Age, The Bronze Age and The Iron Age.
We have been sorting events into chronological order and looking at different pieces of evidence.
We have learnt about tools made during this period, Skara Brae, how houses were built, Cave Paintings and Stonehenge. 
We know lots of facts about this time in History. Please ask us.

And look at our cave paintings that warn of danger and mark it as our territory and also our own Stonehenge's!


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