Stone Age Diets - Sorting foods into hunting and gathering (presentation & activity)

This set of resources is designed for teaching the KS2 Stone Age History unit. It includes an engaging presentation, differentiated worksheets and stickers. The activity helps children categorise foods into those ‘hunted’ and those ‘gathered’. This reinforces the idea that Stone Age humans were primarily ‘hunter-gatherers’.

There are three differentiated worksheets:
- one with vocabulary for less able children
- one with fill-in-the-blank sentences using commas in lists
- one which extends more able children by asking them to explain how Stone Age humans hunted

The stickers will print out on Avery address labels (21 per page).

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Created: Jan 22, 2016

Updated: Nov 19, 2020

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