How a Stone Age axe was made

Art:Thousands of years ago, Stone Age humans used sticks and stones to form rocks into hand axes.

Chapter 1 Activity: tools and weapons with cardboard and string.

There are certain units in art class that take on a life of their own and just GROW! My Cave art unit turned out even better than I had anticipated and grew into a Pre-K – Grade 5 theme due…

Stone Age Tools Paper Models Resource Pack

Get creative with this fantastic paper craft Stone Age pack, simply cut and fold to create a paper sickle, spear and axe which is perfect for your classroom display, role play area or even as something lovely for your children to take home!

Prehistoric times are often called the Stone Age. That’s because most tools and weapons were made of rocks. Typically, people used flint (sedimentary) and obsidian (igneous). These rocks chip easily into sharp points and flakes. Around 3500 B.C., people started mixing together the elements copper and tin to make bronze. That’s when the Bronze Age began.  | Rocks for Tools and Tombs | Kids Discover

Prehistoric times are often called the Stone Age. That’s because most tools and weapons were made of rocks. Typically, people used flint (sedimentary) and obsidian (igneous). These rocks chip easily into sharp points and flakes. Around 3500 B.C., people started mixing together the elements copper and tin to make bronze. That’s when the Bronze Age began. | Rocks for Tools and Tombs | Kids Discover

Collection оf Stone age weapons in 1:15 My idea for a new project is a sort of an armoury museum that will include all kinds of historical weapons from different periods and cultures - from m...

Collection оf Stone age weapons in My idea for a new project is a sort of an armoury museum that will include all kinds of historical weapons. My Little Collection Of Stone Age Weapons

The Hindsgavl Dagger. In the Neolithic period the flintworkers achieved very high technical standards. The magnificent dagger from Hindsgavl with its blade less than 1 cm thick is the finest example of the flintworkers’ outstanding skills at the end of the Stone Age. It was found around 1876 on tihe island Fænø in the Little Belt. The dagger type is called a ‘fishtail dagger’ because of the fishtail-formed hilt.

the hindsgavl dagger, neolithic period ~ this magnificent dagger from hindsgavl with its blade less than 1 cm thick is the finest example of the flintworkers’ outstanding skills at the end of the stone age

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HowStuffWorks Complex Wilderness Tools - Making a weighted club. Fun little tip on how to make natural weapons.

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