How do we know about Britain’s prehistory? Make timelines with dates of the periods in Stone Age to Iron Age Britain. Hold class debates and produce non-fiction writing.
Discover the development of food and cooking from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. Learn about the course of events that led Stone-Age people to move from hunting and gathering to farming.
Explore developments of technology and inventions from the Stone Age to the Iron Age and speculate why these changes occurred. Make replicas of inventions and try forging iron and an alternative to bronze-casting.
Design and build a replica Stonehenge. Make replica objects to use as props. Re-enact scenes from prehistoric religious ceremonies and make a video/audio lecture about the development of religion in prehistory.
Learn about the development of homes and settlements from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. Investigate life as a villager in those times. Research daily tasks, recreate houses and weave with wool.
Research art and music in prehistory. Make replica art objects from Neolithic, Bronze and Iron Ages. Make replica musical instruments. Take part in an improvised performance and present your work.