Stone Age Experience Day

Stone Age Experience Day

Parent letter template and itinerary/plan for a stone age day. Simple but a fun, practical day, ch loved it! We actually only did the morning and then made the mini villages the next day, so if you are limited for time it will still work. I dressed up and decorated the room with pictures of stone age animals and pieces of fake fur. Ch had bare feet, we pushed the tables away and sat on a fur blanket. I stapled brown paper onto the walls and doors at child height for their cave painting. You could make this even better by inviting an archery company in, hiring a history box with artifacts or lighting a real fire etc (H&S). Email any questions! Enjoy!
beablondie
Prehistoric Nidderdale - Image resources

Prehistoric Nidderdale - Image resources

When and how did humans first arrive in Nidderdale? How did they survive and eventually build thriving communities here? Our Prehistoric Nidderdale resources help students understand the story of early human activity in the area. The resources have been designed for primary age children, and the topic web shows links with National Curriculum objectives and contains suggested activities. Other Prehistoric Nidderdale resources: Humans arrive (presentation and activities) Humans survive (presentation and activities) Humans settle and thrive (presentation) This is part of the Upper Nidderdale Landscape Partnership’s educational resources - more available on our website: Upper Nidderdale The Upper Nidderdale educational resources were created by Julia Sharpley and the historical illustrations were drawn by Rob Lees. Each resource package includes acknowledgements for all photographs and other materials used within. The majority are used under a Creative Commons licence. Permissions to use all other materials have been obtained from the copyright holders. The historical illustrations were funded by the Friends of Nidderdale AONB, coupled with core funding from Heritage Lottery Fund.
UpperNidderdaleLPS
Prehistoric Nidderdale - Humans settle and thrive

Prehistoric Nidderdale - Humans settle and thrive

When and how did humans first arrive in Nidderdale? How did they survive and eventually build thriving communities here? Our Prehistoric Nidderdale resources help students understand the story of early human activity in the area. The resources have been designed for primary age children, and the topic web shows links with National Curriculum objectives and contains suggested activities. Other Prehistoric Nidderdale resources: Humans arrive (presentation and activities) Humans survive (presentation and activities) Image resources This is part of the Upper Nidderdale Landscape Partnership’s educational resources - more available on our website: Upper Nidderdale The Upper Nidderdale educational resources were created by Julia Sharpley and the historical illustrations were drawn by Rob Lees. Each resource package includes acknowledgements for all photographs and other materials used within. The majority are used under a Creative Commons licence. Permissions to use all other materials have been obtained from the copyright holders. The historical illustrations were funded by the Friends of Nidderdale AONB, coupled with core funding from Heritage Lottery Fund.
UpperNidderdaleLPS
Prehistoric Nidderdale - Humans survive

Prehistoric Nidderdale - Humans survive

When and how did humans first arrive in Nidderdale? How did they survive and eventually build thriving communities here? Our Prehistoric Nidderdale resources help students understand the story of early human activity in the area. The resources have been designed for primary age children, and the topic web shows links with National Curriculum objectives and contains suggested activities. Other Prehistoric Nidderdale resources: Humans arrive (presentation and activities) Humans settle and thrive (presentation) Image resources This is part of the Upper Nidderdale Landscape Partnership’s educational resources - more available on our website: Upper Nidderdale The Upper Nidderdale educational resources were created by Julia Sharpley and the historical illustrations were drawn by Rob Lees. Each resource package includes acknowledgements for all photographs and other materials used within. The majority are used under a Creative Commons licence. Permissions to use all other materials have been obtained from the copyright holders. The historical illustrations were funded by the Friends of Nidderdale AONB, coupled with core funding from Heritage Lottery Fund.
UpperNidderdaleLPS
Prehistoric Nidderdale - Humans arrive

Prehistoric Nidderdale - Humans arrive

When and how did humans first arrive in Nidderdale? How did they survive and eventually build thriving communities here? Our Prehistoric Nidderdale resources help students understand the story of early human activity in the area. The resources have been designed for primary age children, and the topic web shows links with National Curriculum objectives and contains suggested activities. Other Prehistoric Nidderdale resources: Humans survive (presentation and activities) Humans settle and thrive (presentation) Image resources This is part of the Upper Nidderdale Landscape Partnership’s educational resources - more available on our website: Upper Nidderdale The Upper Nidderdale educational resources were created by Julia Sharpley and the historical illustrations were drawn by Rob Lees. Each resource package includes acknowledgements for all photographs and other materials used within. The majority are used under a Creative Commons licence. Permissions to use all other materials have been obtained from the copyright holders. The historical illustrations were funded by the Friends of Nidderdale AONB, coupled with core funding from Heritage Lottery Fund.
UpperNidderdaleLPS
KS2 Stone Age Vocabulary - illustrated

KS2 Stone Age Vocabulary - illustrated

A collection of 55 terms relating to Archaeology and the Palaeolithic (Old Stone Age). Based closely on the content of our KS2 learning workshops, which specifically address the 2014 National Curriculum statutory unit “Changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age.” The Old Stone Age is the starting point against which other changes can be most successfully measured, as it was a lengthy pre-agricultural period of nomadic hunter-gatherers, spanning around 99.5% of our history. Supported by unique and original images including real and replica artefacts, each term has a carefully-researched definition added, based on our specialist knowledge of this period and our experience of teaching about it. Pairs of terms are presented in A4 landscape format ready for printing, and laminating if required. This resource is guaranteed FREE of second-hand clip art cartoons featuring stereotypical images of club waving cavemen in fur nappies, and aims to knock the somewhat unhelpful Flintstones image squarely on the head. Can be used for display, reference, or matching exercises, by children in the classroom or for in-school staff INSET. Available for download in .pdf format. For non-commercial educational use and display only. All material (apart from the Aurochs image) is copyright 10,000 Years BC and is not licenced for amendment or redistribution without prior permission.
10000YearsBC
Stonehenge - Reading Comprehension Worksheet / Text

Stonehenge - Reading Comprehension Worksheet / Text

This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for higher elementary to proficient ESL learners or native English speakers. The text describes the history and possible use of Stonehenge. After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including a true or false exercise, a fill in the gaps exercise and a fun crossword. The text can be used for IGCSE and TOEFL vocabulary building purposes. This handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework. A full answer key included.
MariaPht
Stone Age to Iron Age - 3 week information writing unit - every session resourced - Year 3 or Year 4

Stone Age to Iron Age - 3 week information writing unit - every session resourced - Year 3 or Year 4

Drama! Talk! Reading skills! Grammar skills! Organising information in fun and inviting ways… It’s all here in this fully resourced (many resources are also differentiated) and carefully planned unit linked with history. Perfect for Year 3 or Year 4! I have included the full unit in a zip folder, as you cannot see it all in the preview. The children begin with an assessment task (a cold task) and then spend a week exploring a model text about the Stone Age and learning some key grammar skills for year 3 and 4. They go on to learn about structure and organisation whilst also learning about mammoths! Finally they use all of their new skills to create their own information text about the Iron Age. The whole 15 lesson unit is full of games and activities focused on these skills: I can show what I already know about writing an information text I can ask questions to improve my understanding of the text I can quickly find information in non-fiction texts I can use conjunctions (when, before, after, while) to explain when things happen I can use prepositions (in, on, inside, at, by, during, before, after) to explain when and where I can spot the key features of information texts I can use paragraphs to group information I can use headings and sub-headings to organise an information text I can present (show) information in different ways I can use glossaries to check the meaning of words (repair ‘meaning breakdowns’) I can present information in different ways
extra golden-time
Iron Age Quiz Quiz Trade

Iron Age Quiz Quiz Trade

This is an Iron Age themed Quiz Quiz Trade with 32 facts for the class to learn - this really support information writing. Also included are instructions on how to play Quiz Quiz Trade and an extra little 12 fact Quiz Quiz Trade about Mammoths!
extra golden-time
Stone Age Day activities

Stone Age Day activities

I organised a Stone Age Day for my Year 3, with a lot of fun activities which I have explained in this document, so no need for you to stress and to simply download.
SajidaM
Year 3 Maths Lesson Observation - Addition - Crack the Code!

Year 3 Maths Lesson Observation - Addition - Crack the Code!

Here’s a bundle of resources I used for a lesson observation in Maths. The focus was addition and was aimed at children working at Year 2 and 3 Age Related Expectations (ARE). The resources were linked to our history topic at the time - The Iron Age - but the content could easily be adapted. Hope it helps!
s_hart9
Stone Age Topic Vocabulary Pack

Stone Age Topic Vocabulary Pack

This 15 page Stone Age TVP will help bring to life your topic! The ninja has carefully selected 4 key areas to study and explore! Created exciting lists of topic-focused nouns, verbs and adjectives to enhance pupil writing. Researched etymologies of the Stone Age related words for you to teach. The ninja has even provided a unique Vocabulary Ninja reward system (including certificates), branded display resources, and blank templates of Synonym Alley and Vocabulary Laboratory activities. The ninja has even supplied two pages of teaching techniques, helping you bring to life each resource.
VocabularyNinja
Early migration to Britain - Celts, Romans, Saxons, Vikings, Normans

Early migration to Britain - Celts, Romans, Saxons, Vikings, Normans

A 44-page booklet with a wide variety of activities about early migration to Britain. Includes: • map activities with place names • different calendars • comparing houses • Roman and Viking soldiers • language activities for the various groups Teachers’ notes are also included. This is suitable for: • The whole class • EAL students (early stage, advanced stage) • Students with SEN may also find it more accessible.
clas3
A Brief History of... - Reading Comprehension Worksheets / Texts Vol.2 (save 85%)

A Brief History of... - Reading Comprehension Worksheets / Texts Vol.2 (save 85%)

This bundle includes different Reading Comprehension Worksheets suitable for higher intermediate advanced ESL learners. The texts explore different concepts through time / history… After carefully reading each story / text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, True or False, gap filling exercises, crosswords, word search exercises, matching exercises and engage in in-depth classroom discussions on topics relevant to each text. The vocabulary used in the texts is rather advanced and can also be used for IGCSE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes.
MariaPht
KS1 & 2 Historical story planning template

KS1 & 2 Historical story planning template

KS1 & 2 Historical story planning template. A resource for pupils to use to plan their own historical story writing. Includes a bullet point reminder of the rules for writing historical stories and spaces for pupils to develop character description, setting and ideas for the structure of their story. Great to use following a History writing lesson or drama. Can also be used with most History topics : Norman Castles, Explorers, Travel, Halloween, Romans, Egypt, Saxon Britain etc.
newromantic
Autumn Celebrations - Halloween and Bonfire Night Multimedia Resource Pack

Autumn Celebrations - Halloween and Bonfire Night Multimedia Resource Pack

Two of my best selling multimedia resources for autumn. Lessons for teaching the history of Halloween and Bonfire Night. These are fun and engaging lessons that can be adapted to most levels and contain a mix of comic book style readers, videos and PDF worksheets and quizzes. Great value at 30% off the price of buying the two lessons individually. The Bonfire Night Lesson contains a video download, while the Halloween History movie is a YouTube video link. For more detailed explanations of each lesson please visit the individual sites of each by following the links below. Bonfire Night Halloween History
kibishipaul
Year 2 Bundle

Year 2 Bundle

A wide range of resources to set up for year 2. Pack includes: - KS1 SATs assessment checklists suitable for 2018 interim framework. - Christmas activities - Year 1 and 2 spelling word searches - Spelling for year 1 and 2 - Bonfire Activities - Mathematical investigations - Writing paper
Pencilplayground
Megalithic Tomb (Dolmen), Alderney, Channel Islands

Megalithic Tomb (Dolmen), Alderney, Channel Islands

"Burial Chamber (Dolmen) in Alderney Les Pourciaux means Dolmen in the Norman-French language. The Pourciaux burial chamber was probably destroyed by the german occupation army between the second world war". Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.
sarah277
Bonfire Night Pack

Bonfire Night Pack

Have you ever wondered how London would have changed if the Gunpowder plot had been successful? Did you know the queen still has the cellars of Westminster checked by a guard before she arrives? A range of fact-filled Bonfire Night themed resources for years 2 - 4. Great opportunities to create a class display. Resources include 3 chatterbox templates, two reading comprehensions, a lesson to create a wonderful fire poetry display and 2 themed word searches.
Pencilplayground
Fire Poetry

Fire Poetry

A flexible Literacy lesson that uses the topic of fire to generate ideas of a poem. This is an excellent lesson for the end of a poetry topic. Children are encouraged to use their senses as well as simile and onomatopoeia to create a poem all about fire. this would fit in very well with Bonfire Night, the Stone Age, Fire of London or Halloween. Children can write their poetic phrases onto flames and build up their poem like a real bonfire. This makes for a wonderful class display. Alternatively, there is writing paper for the children to use instead.
Pencilplayground
Woolly Mammoth Info sheet, Year 3, non-fiction. Stone Age topic

Woolly Mammoth Info sheet, Year 3, non-fiction. Stone Age topic

Hi all, Here is a little information sheet about the Woolly Mammoth. I created it with Year 3 in mind but you may need to edit it up and/or down to suit the differentiated needs of the children in your class. We used it as an information retrieval activity but it could be used in any way you like. This is free to download but did take me a while to create so please REVIEW it for me! Many thanks, Emlo
EmloResources
History Lessons for Stone Age Topic

History Lessons for Stone Age Topic

Year 3 History lesson resources including individual lesson plans with PowerPoints and teacher notes.The resource can be used to introduce Skara Brae and Stone Circles linked to the topic of Stone Age in an interactive way.Pupils will learn about the changes in Britain in the late Neolithic period as well as the start of the Bronze Age as identified in the KS2 National Curriculum for History.The lesson plan identify mixed ability pairs as an effective differentiation strategy as well as TA support for struggling learners.A great resource which will bring out creativity in children as they will be making fact files as evidence to support learning.
EllaEnchanted
Year 3 Instruction Writing - Week Two

Year 3 Instruction Writing - Week Two

Suited to the NC2014, week two of instruction writing for Year 3. Tried and tested with my own class completed in 2 double (whole morning) lessons and one daily slot (1hr). Can be adapted to suit smaller daily lessons. Links to key text 'Beware of Boys' before children produce an independent, assessed piece of writing during the last session (link to Stone Age topic). Included: Planning Learning objective and Success Criteria Grids for books in child friendly language. Printable resource Activ Inspire Flipchart
ntroon
Year 3 Instruction Writing - Week One

Year 3 Instruction Writing - Week One

Suited to the NC2014, week one planning for instruction writing at Year 3 level. Tried and tested within my own class where we complete double (whole morning) sessions but can easily be adapted and simplified to fit daily lessons. Links to Stone Age history topic. Comes with: Printable resources Learning Objectives and Success Criteria Grids for books in child friendly language. Planning Activ Inspire flipchart
ntroon
Developing chronological knowledge and understanding: Britain before the Romans

Developing chronological knowledge and understanding: Britain before the Romans

A set of linked resources and activities to help students improve their understanding of the sequencing of events. This set covers Britain before the Romans, c4500BC-43AD There is a specially designed power point presentation of 25 selected events. This is designed to convey a sense of the passage of time by having the transition between slides vary in length depending on how many years actually passed between events. Each slide has a date, event and appropriate illustration. (Each event slide is on show for five seconds and the whole presentation lasts for approximately five minutes). As a bonus there is also a ‘click through’ version of the slide show. The selection of events is not meant to be definitive for the study of that period (it’s a selection not a comprehensive timeline!) – this allows for an extra activity/challenge of students deciding what is missing/what could be left out. The same events are on a word document with a classifying task -to help students identify links within a period. Some of these events are also used for a set of sorting challenges (by focussing on the same set of events in different ways it will help boost students’ knowledge). The first involves sorting set of four different events into the correct order – available on power point and word document. The second is a set of printable ‘cards’ which can be used for sorting or matching tasks (such as the matching pairs game) – each event is on a separate ‘card’ from its date (organised in sets of 10). The third is a set of ‘domino cards’ where each card has an event and a date that links to another event -so making a single sequence of 10 events.
WiseArkResources
Primary Adventure Stories Writing Toolkit

Primary Adventure Stories Writing Toolkit

Included are my most popular story writing resources and unit planning. In this pack you'll get a full unit plan with plenty of activities and differentiation, vocabulary sheets, sequencing activities, dilemma and resolution writing activities, and much more! Suitable for Year 3 and 4 classrooms. A £26.00 value altogether!
vcurrie19
KS2: Stone Age Topic (40+ cross-curricular resources)

KS2: Stone Age Topic (40+ cross-curricular resources)

Hi there, Here's a big dump of Stone Age related resources. Apologies in advance for the names of the files not being terribly organised, however there are 43 resources that can hopefully save your time! Included: diaries narrative class assembly lots of word/sentence starter banks check lists for writing front page for topic journals glossary of terms persuasion fact finding sheets
thingskeepchanging
Primary: Stone Age Assembly (Script, lyrics, background ppt)

Primary: Stone Age Assembly (Script, lyrics, background ppt)

Hi there, There are three resources in this pack. There's a background assembly powerpoint to create a backdrop (including links to sound effects etc), the lyrics to a version of 'Gold' by Spandeau Ballet with the lyric changed to 'STONE!' (much comedy), and the script. On the script document, there's also a helpful table to write down who's who.
thingskeepchanging
Mastery Display

Mastery Display

A set of resources to create a mastery display based on magic. Included in this pack is a display title, display pictures and mastery foci. Some of the foci are: * rocks and soils * plants * geography - countries in the UK, North and South America and Europe; * stone age to iron age * light * electricity
samanthasaville
The Stone Age Guided Reading

The Stone Age Guided Reading

The Stone Age Guided Reading Booklet with questions. A short informative booklet about The Stone Age that pupils can take turns to read a page each and then answer the questions. All supported with Widgit Symbols.
MelHaagman90
History / Topic / ICT: Settlers and Invaders - How The Celts Lived Research Activity

History / Topic / ICT: Settlers and Invaders - How The Celts Lived Research Activity

This resource gets children to independently research information about Celtic traditions using ICT. The worksheet gets the children to visit a BBC website and research the answers to nine questions (three examples shown) with space below each to make notes: 1. How many years before Jesus Christ did the Celts live in Britain? 2. Where do the Celts live today in Europe? 3. What were Celtic roundhouses made of?
stephgrimes86
Autumn Term National Days And Celebrations Pack

Autumn Term National Days And Celebrations Pack

Are you looking for a wide range of different teaching resources for September to December? I have collected them and arranged them neatly by month, to help teachers have the different topics at their fingertips. These resources could be used for displays or as an excellent set of starting points for class discussions.
peterfogarty
Google Sketchup Bundle - 3d Printing

Google Sketchup Bundle - 3d Printing

A collection of resources for you to use with Google Sketchup. A piece of free software perfect for schools with a 3d printer. The units have all been made and used with primary age children, but can easily be adapted. Includes a resource with a collection of Sketchup models pre built. Perfect for examples or demonstrations.
matthew_1987
Stone Age - The Stone Age Sucks! (Song)

Stone Age - The Stone Age Sucks! (Song)

Stone Age - The Stone Age Sucks! by History Rocks. Download the lyrics and "Complete" and "Instrumental" versions for FREE at: http://mrcarterrocks.wixsite.com/historyrocks Like us on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/historyrocksuk Watch this video on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ENrQNvq9Uo
historyrocksuk
Stone Age - Inventions (Song)

Stone Age - Inventions (Song)

Stone Age - Inventions by History Rocks. Download the lyrics and "Complete" and "Instrumental" versions for FREE at: http://mrcarterrocks.wixsite.com/historyrocks Like us on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/historyrocksuk Watch this video on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgrkTubXZHY&t=66s
historyrocksuk