KS2 Stone Age Literacy - Stone Age Writing Lesson - KS2 Stone Age English

KS2 Stone Age Literacy - Stone Age Writing Lesson - KS2 Stone Age English

A complete, engaging, imaginative, creative writing or Big Writing stimuli lesson that can be applied to many different writing genres. Children view PowerPoint then discuss ideas and plan by answering the thought provoking questions which enable a wealth of ideas to be generated for the writing. Planning sheet has space for 5 sense descriptions, VCOP elements and purpose, audience and genre notes to help meet the new 2014 curriculum. Starter activity plus 2 widths of line guides/writing sheets included plus optional paragraph planning sheet, custom art sheet and self-assessment plenary activity mean that this lesson's length is flexible and could easily last for 2 hours if you wanted it to and comes with 3 different options in the teachers' notes for delivery over 1,2 or 3 lessons. Lesson is aimed at KS2 but can be used for more able KS1, or KS3 as it is differentiated by outcome. Children will need some historical knowledge of the era. All images either owned by tftf or released through Creative Commons C.O
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KS2 Stone Age Art and DT 6 Lesson COMPLETE Cross-Curricula Unit. Highly Creative, Original and Fun.

KS2 Stone Age Art and DT 6 Lesson COMPLETE Cross-Curricula Unit. Highly Creative, Original and Fun.

This 6 lesson unit comes with an editable MTP plus 6 separate lesson packs. We have endeavoured to use: new, unconventional, creative and modern ideas that will really engage children, but also use familiar materials for teachers that are common to all schools or easy to obtain. Children will build, discuss, design, plan, create and evaluate throughout, as they construct 3D models including a flint axe, a mask and a Stone Age cave. 2D art includes an impressive Skara Brae scene and a lesson full of experimentation involving studying animal fur. Every lesson has some cross-curricula elements including: reading comprehension, writing, and of course history plus they all come with a custom reflective self-evaluation sheet, all designed to perfectly compliment the new 2014 curriculum. This whole unit is easy to teach, rewarding and will provide many items that children will treasure for a long time. Adaptable for KS1. We have more Stone Age resources in our shop - copy and paste the link below https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TheFutureTeacherFoundation Please don't forget to keep up to date with our education and teaching resources news by joining nearly 3000 of your fellow educators in "LIKING" our Facebook page too :) https://www.facebook.com/thefutureteacherfoundation All images either owned by tftf or released through Creative Commons C.O
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Unique Stone Age Art & DT Lesson - Create a Flint Axe - Full Instructions and Extension Activities

Unique Stone Age Art & DT Lesson - Create a Flint Axe - Full Instructions and Extension Activities

Complete cross-curricula lesson with unique, easy to understand graphic instructions that children can follow (easier instructions included as well). Children create an incredible 3D Stone Age flint axe with easy to source art/DT materials and included axe head template. Starter, teaching input and reflective self-evaluation plenary worksheets are all included, plus an optional writing activity for early finishers. Included PowerPoint teaches children a little about how stones were used in the Stone Age, putting the lesson within an easily understandable historical context. Part of a 6 lesson complete unit of Stone Age art and design/DT available to buy from the TES.
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Stone Age to Iron Age Lesson: Prehistory Timelines

Stone Age to Iron Age Lesson: Prehistory Timelines

Download this lesson plan introducing the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages. The lesson contains a two-page plan and two pupil resource sheets. The plan is designed for Year 3/4 and is part of the popular Stone Age to Iron Age Resource Pack recommended by TES. This lesson introduces the period of British history from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. Pupils will make a timeline to set this period into the wider context of British History and they will discover how we break up this period into distinct Ages. Try following this lesson with some of our other Stone Age lesson plans: Stone Age Lesson 2: Stone Age Cave Art Stone Age Lesson 3: Stone Age Artefacts & Evidence Stone Age Lesson 4: What is Skara Brae
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Stunning Skara Brae Stone Age Art Lesson Perfect for Year 3 or any KS2 Class

Stunning Skara Brae Stone Age Art Lesson Perfect for Year 3 or any KS2 Class

Complete cross-curricula lesson with unique, easy to understand graphic instructions that children need to comprehend and then follow. Children create an incredible 2D layered Stone Age Skara Brae picture using a variety of artistic mediums with easy to source, commonly found in school, art materials. Starter, brief teaching input and reflective self-evaluation plenary worksheets are all included, plus an optional writing activity for early finishers. Included PowerPoint references Skara Brae putting the lesson in a familiar context for all those studying the Stone Age! Complete teachers' notes, full colour reference images complete this approx 2 hour long lesson. Part of a 6 lesson complete unit of Stone Age art and design/DT available to buy from the TES.
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KS2 Stone Age Resources - Engaging Inspiring Independent Learning Cross-Curricula Time Detectives

KS2 Stone Age Resources - Engaging Inspiring Independent Learning Cross-Curricula Time Detectives

This fantastic, fun, challenging, cross-curricula lesson is packed with learning and has elements of: computing, history, writing and speaking and listening, built into a lesson centred around independent learning and research. Children will be using and applying the historical learning they acquire creatively, as they work through the challenges of the lesson. An optional competitive element, combined with the fun of potentially becoming a Time Detective (and earning a Time Detective badge) create added motivation and increased engagement towards the learning. Children research in a holistic way building up a bigger picture of life the time period and then present their creations providing you with an assessment opportunity and a chance to decide the winners. The lesson ideal for either the beginning, middle or end of a history topic or unit. Can be done in an hour but better over two, contains starter and plenary. Made for KS2 but accessible to more able KS1 and less able KS3 All images either owned by tftf or released through Creative Commons C.O
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Incredible Stone Age Art Lesson. Group or Individual Work Extendable to a Whole Afternoon/Morning

Incredible Stone Age Art Lesson. Group or Individual Work Extendable to a Whole Afternoon/Morning

Cave painting but with a difference...Starter, teaching input and reflective plenary instructions all included on the PowerPoint. Full colour real cave painting images in A4 and A5 size, reflective self-evaluation worksheet and writing extension activity for early finishers all included in the Learning Activities pack. This stunning, yet easy to teach, cross-curricula lesson will be memorable for your class for years to come and can potentially create huge, beautiful works of art for display - but with very little mess! This is no ordinary cave painting/art lesson as children will use and develop a wide range of artistic and cognitive skills as they are required to copy the style yet also creatively imagine what else might be there. Full instructions included in the concise Teachers' Notes.
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Anglo-Saxon Push/Pull Factors

Anglo-Saxon Push/Pull Factors

This is a sorting exercise for explaining push/pull factors for the Anglo-Saxons moving to Britain. This was used as part of a game on a suspended timetable day for Year 3.
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Beautiful Stone Age Clay Lesson -  Cross-Curricula with Reading Comprehension Element KS1 or KS2

Beautiful Stone Age Clay Lesson - Cross-Curricula with Reading Comprehension Element KS1 or KS2

Complete cross-curricula 2-3 lessons with unique, graphic and written instructions that children need to comprehend and then follow. Children create and then paint a stunning 3D Stone Age clay cave, that they are likely to treasure for a long time. Full instructions and reflective self-evaluation plenary worksheets are all included, plus an optional writing activity for early finishers. Complete teachers' notes and links to full colour reference images complete this lesson pack which includes everything you need. Apart from the Clay! Part of a 6 lesson complete unit of Stone Age art and design/DT available to buy from the TES.
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KS1 or KS2 Stone Age Cross-Curricula Art & DT Lesson - Make a Mask of a Stone Age Man

KS1 or KS2 Stone Age Cross-Curricula Art & DT Lesson - Make a Mask of a Stone Age Man

Complete lesson with easy to understand instructions and photocopiable mask templates. Simple everyday art resources are used creatively to create awesome masks your class will love, that are great for display or to inspire and compliment cross-curricula drama and writing. Starter, teaching input and reflective self-evaluation plenary worksheets are all included, plus an optional writing activity for early finishers. Included PowerPoint teaches children about Stone Age hair and hygiene, putting the lesson within an easily understandable historical context. Part of a 6 lesson complete unit of Stone Age art and design/DT available to buy from the TES.
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KS2 Stone Age Art Lesson on Fur. Fun, Cross-Curricula and Extendable to Whole Afternoon or Morning

KS2 Stone Age Art Lesson on Fur. Fun, Cross-Curricula and Extendable to Whole Afternoon or Morning

This easy to teach cross-curricula art lesson comes complete with starter, teaching input, full colour images and reflective self-evaluation plenary worksheets, plus an optional writing activity for early finishers. PowerPoint teaches children about Stone Age use of fur, putting the lesson within an easily understandable historical context. Children test technique before committing to their final work which, when mounted, would make an outstanding display. Pastels and pencils are the recommended art technique but other techniques can also be applied. Could be taught in an hour if needs be or extended to a whole afternoon or morning. Part of a 6 lesson complete unit of Stone Age art and design/DT available to buy from the TES.
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