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History

This half term, we will be continuing our learning about Pre Roman Britain and the changes that took place in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age.

 

Below you will find a link to wider learning resources related to this topic.

The History of Stonehenge for Kids: Stonehenge for Children - FreeSchool

Stonehenge is an ancient stone circle in England north of Salisbury. Believed to be between 4,000 and 5,000 years old (making it older than the pyramids of G...

Task - If you don't fancy completing the fact hunt task you could alternatively try to understand more about Stonehenge by reconstructing it. The Stonehenge Map sheet and Stonehenge Information Sheet can be used to help build a model of Stonehenge and its surrounding area.

 

You could use modelling clay, paper, card, sticks, stones, biscuits! or anything else you feel appropriate. Extra challenge label your model so that people looking at them know what the different places are.

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