Changes in Britain from the stone age to the iron age
This ‘Key’ encourages children to investigate and comprehend the changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age.
Your pupils will learn about…
- Life during the Stone Ages (Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic)
- Iron Age settlements and tribes
- How history topics fit together to form part of the ‘story’ of human history
- Using historical evidence and sources
And will love the engaging worksheets and activities investigating…
- The role of hunter gatherers
- Timeline sequencing
- Continuity and change
- The similarities and differences between the different time periods: Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic
- Iron Age hill forts
- How tools developed in the Bronze Age period.
- Artefacts and secondary source evidence from the time
Which, in turn, will help them to…
- Sequence periods of history
- Understand the duration of periods
- Begin to understand the concept of historical narrative
- Identify the changes in the lives of people during the time between the Stone Age and the Iron Age
- Use evidence to support explanations
Purchase today to get access to the planning leaflet, worksheets, video links and suggested activities, all of which align with KS2 National Curriculum requirements.
The 'Key' is also available to purchase as a digital download.
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