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Investigating prehistory: the Stone Age and the Bronze AgeMake a booking enquiry
KS2: Archaeology, History
Duration: 45 minutes
Available on Tuesdays and Fridays.
To extend your groups learning beyond the workshop why not download our resource pack or ask a member of museum staff if you can book the gallery explorer kit.These resources can be view by clicking here.
You can find out more information about a fantastic local project called 'Rescued from the Sea' that has unlocked some of the secrets from the past at Low Hauxley which dates from the Middle Stone Age if you follow this link.
In this workshop students will get to investigate an assemblage of Stone Age and Bronze Age artefacts. They will be asked to identify the objects, discuss what they think they would have been used for and who might have owned them. The workshop can then be followed up with a teacher led visit to the Ice Age to Iron Age gallery.
The main learning objectives for this workshop are:
- To learn about the key changes in the Stone Age and the Bronze Age
- To identify objects from the Stone Age and the Bronze Age
This workshop supports the National Curriculum in England History Programmes of Study for KS2: changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age