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Stone Age Facts What is the Stone Age? The Stone Age is a period in prehistory during which early humans started using stones, usually flint, to make tools and weapons. It is the earliest known period of human culture. Prehistoric Petroglyphs in the Akakus Mountains, Sahara, Libya How long did the Stone Age last? The S

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Discover our recommended Stone Age to Iron Age booklist - with the best books and quality texts for primary ages and topics, reviewed and selected by experts.

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Reading, writing and analysing timelines is a requirement of the Australian Curriculum but it should not have to be a chore for you or your students! Here are seven simple, yet effective, ways to get your students involved in practising timeline reading a Reading, Teaching Resources, Free Teaching Resources, Teaching Tips, Inquiry, Writing Skills, Primary History, History For Kids, Free Teaching

Reading, writing and analysing timelines is a requirement of the Australian Curriculum but it should not have to be a chore for you or your students! Here are seven simple, yet effective, ways to get your students involved in practising timeline reading a

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