I Was Born in the Stone Age | POEM | Kids' Poems and Stories With Michael Rosen
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How to Make a Bone Flute | eHow.com
Hobbyist flute-makers have fashioned flutes from almost any material imaginable. In 1996, the discovery of a bear bone with four holes along its side inspired amateur flute-makers to take up the art of making flutes from bones. Here's how you can use your flute-making skills to turn bone into a working flute.
Stone Age Craft - How to make a Paper Axe - Red Ted Art - Make crafting with kids easy & fun
Fun and Easy Stone Age Craft perfect for KS2 students. Explore the Stone Age Curriculum and have a go at this paper stone age axe
Milk Jug Elmer Elephant Craft - The Imagination Tree
Make an Elmer the elephant using a milk jug and coloured tissue paper squares! A great craft for kids to go along with a much-loved story book.
From Mighty Bear Dogs to Breathless Bulldogs: How Human Manipulation Has Changed the Shape of Canines Forever
The early ancestors of Gray Wolves were a group of carnivores named the creodonts that roamed the northern hemisphere between 100 and 120 million years ago. About 55 million years ago, the creodonts gave rise to the carnassials, a group of wolf-like animals that had specialized jaws for eating meat. One member of this family, Miacis, is thought to be the common ancestor of ALL present-day wolves, dogs, bears, raccoons, and weasels.
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Can you only appreciate these if you are from Wisconsin? If you've had a brush with the Milwaukee Brewers, you may have seen the Klement's Racing Sausages. We celebrated fun ballpark food this week, and I have never had so much fun with a craft! Eloise at the Ball Game by Lisa McClatchy is the perfect introduction to ballpark fun, and The Pigeon is a hit at any storytime. We had crazy fun poppin popcorn (crumpled paper) in our parachute to the Barenaked Ladies' Popcorn from Snacktime…
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Animal skins had many uses, including making clothes. First the skins had to be prepared so that they did not split apart. Each skin was stretched out on the ground and scraped to remove the animal fat. Then it was smoothed with a bone tool to make it supple and easier to work with.