Learn how to be an archaeologist as you discover the Stone Age to Iron Age timeline, the evidence, sources and vocabulary used by archaeologists and how to carry out a dig.
Learn about Ice Age art. Experiment with different techniques and styles as you create a book about Ice Age art, a decorated cave and engraved pieces of portable art.
Learn about the course of events that might have led Stone Age people to move from hunting and gathering to farming. Demonstrate your knowledge through performance and an informative display.
Discover technological developments from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. Make a collection of edible prehistoric tools. Speculate about why these changes came about and have a prehistoric feast.
Research the significance of Stonehenge and its religious importance. Construct edible models. Learn about Neolithic problem solving and engineering and create a long barrow burial chamber.
Investigate life as an Iron Age villager. Research daily tasks. Recreate a round house. Weave with wool. Cook oatcakes and make cheese. Make an Iron Age game. Share learning with others using whole-class role-play.
Gain an understanding of the range of hill forts and their significance in Iron Age society. Investigate one hill fort in detail and produce a reconstruction drawing or model of a hill fort.
Prepare for an Iron Age tribal meeting to discuss the impending arrival of the Roman Army. Research the resources, designs, totems, clothing and jewellery of the Iron Age people. Make Iron Age clothes and jewellery.