We were invited to deliver two half-day sessions in the outdoors to tie in with delivering part of the National Curriculum for Key Stage 2 students.
The stone age activity covered how people in the stone age might have lived, by having a go at foraging for wild foods, searching for animal tracks and runs, comparing woodland to today’s farmed landscape and then finishing off by making a stone age home and some cordage from natural fibres.
They all had a great time and found plenty to follow up with afterwards in the classroom!
That looks tasty!
That definitely isn’t a stone age field.
Preparing the fibres to make cordage… twisting them into shape.
Let’s get this home built