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The children in Year 3 and 4 have recently been studying the Stone to Iron Age in history. Due to the children’s excitement and interest in the topic we would like to hold a ‘Stone Age dress up day’ where the children come in costumes designed and made at home. On this day, there will be lots of activities, arts and crafts to do with the topic and we will have some snacks to test the type of food that Stone Age people ate. This will take place on Friday the 8th of July.

We really don’t want you to spend any money on this special day so we have listed some ideas below to help you. 

Would you like to be creative? Humans in these eras dressed themselves up in what the land could provide so useful materials such as faux fur would be authentic for a Stone Age human. 

Things you could use: Faux fur, Faux/toy bone, Old brown t-shirt and trousers, Faux animal print fabric, Bone necklace, Hairspray, Comb, Wigs: The messier the better! Brown face-paint to show the dirtiness of the Stone Age era!

Costume Ideas: Find a brown or natural coloured t-shirt, roughly cut up the edges of the sleeves and bottom of the T-shirt. We would suggest legging style trousers to go with the T-shirt. Use any of the following: faux fur, faux animal print fabric, toy bone or bone necklace. To finish the look off, either wear a wig or back comb the hair to look messy and Stone Age humans didn’t have the luxury of having a bathroom so they often looked very dirty, your child could wear some brown face paint to look like dirt.  Be as creative as you would like! 



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