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Cedar had great Fun examining artefacts brought in from home for our ‘Antiques Roadshow’. We talked about what the objects were used for, who might have used it and whether or not we thought they were valuable.

After studying the settlement of Skara Brae, we made our own representation of this NEOLITHIC village, using slate.

We worked together to build our own MESOLITHIC HOME from ‘branches and animal skins’. We secured sticks with string and then decorated paper to represent animal skins. This type of home could be packed up and carried elsewhere to find food. Mesolithic people were NOMADIC, which means they followed rivers and herds of animals to survive because they were hunter-gatherers.

As part of our History topic on Stone Age to Iron Age, we created our own ‘time line’ adding important events and civilisations, ranging from 6000 BC through to the present day.