How to make fossil dough (alternative play-dough: made out of coffee and coffee…

Dinosaur week: This simple, no cook dough will keep your children busy for hours. The children I work with call it fossil dough because of the texture and it’s ability to make wonderful imprints of their dinosaurs.

use gummy bears and different slices of bread as layers of sediment 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!

Natural Paint for Kids: How to Make Ochre Paint

How to make ochre paint. Natural pigments, how do we find colours in nature, ATSI Traditional ways of making paint. Can link in to other cultural traditional forms of pigment making depending upon the class make up

Ice Age spray paint - water based paint worked best for this. It worked best if…

Ice Age spray paint - water based paint worked best for this. It worked best if some paint was put on the paper and then blown about with a straw - no need to suck paint up, that could lead to much messiness.

Early Human Survival Guide | #infographics created in #free @Piktochart #Infographic Editor at www.piktochart.com

Early Human Survival Guide | #infographics created in #free @Piktochart #Infographic Editor at www.piktochart.com

A cross-curricular topic map (overview) showing how to link this history unit to other areas of the curriculum. Full unit of work available from ks2history.com

A cross-curricular topic map (overview) showing how to link this history unit to other areas of the curriculum.

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