use gummy bears and a loaf of bread to teach fossils!

Gummy bears and bread to demonstrate fossils. Layers of bread represent layers of Earth. Add pressure by placing books on top. Leave for 3 days. Make predictions before and after experiment. A great science lesson before a trip to a museum!

Art Room 104: 6th Grade: Prehistoric Cave Art

Sixth graders have finished their cave walls! Last year I didn't get to do a cave art project with the students because they breezed throu.

Free papercrafts - make a longhouse and other Native village buildings

For Arrow Point Trail - American Indian Lore [Printable Activity] Paper Houses. Print and construct either the "Iroquois Longhouse Paper House Kit" OR the "Prehistoric Ohio Paper House Kits.

There's a Dragon in my Art Room: Into the Caves! by 4th grade

These are samples of grade cave paintings on "rock" (no, it is not traditional clay - read on to find out the crazy material we used).

Stone Age Short Animation Video.

Here's a classic Animated short called "Tafufeu" about a group of "Cromags" that happen to obtain fire without the slightest clue how to make it. The "Nea.

Stone Age display. The cave and fire are made from crepe paper and the Stone Age people were printed and laminated.

The cave and fire are made from crepe paper and the Stone Age people were printed and laminated.

cavemen paintings with sand and burnt sticks

cavemen paintings with sand and burnt sticks - After School Adventures: Caveman Art

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