Stone Age to Iron Age Lesson 3 : Artefacts and Evidence

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Download this lesson plan about historical evidence that tells us about the Stone Age. 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 Stone Age lesson addresses the question of how we can know about a period of British history with a lack of written primary sources of evidence. Pupils will be introduced to the concept of making deductions from evidence and they will fill in a table to show what information different artefacts give us about the Stone Age.

Yu may also like our other Stone Age lesson plans:
Stone Age Lesson 1: Introduction to the Stone, Bronze & Iron Ages

Stone Age Lesson 2: Stone Age Cave Art

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  • Stone-Age-Lesson-3-Evidence.pdf

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Created: Feb 12, 2015

Updated: Apr 20, 2017

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    user avatarLenka20102 years agoreport

    A great resource you can just pick up and follow. Perfect for my short history lesson.

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