Stone & Iron Age

Primary school resources to support the teaching of the Stone and Iron Age.

The first men and women came to Britain over two and a half million years ago. As the climate got warmer at the end of the second ice age, tribes of hunters and gatherers of food, who used simple stone tools and weapons, made their way into Britain. It was normal for them to move from place to place so they could find new resources.

This collection contains interesting replica artefacts for your display. Some of the items in the box are based on archaeological finds and museum exhibits.

Description

Contents of the Stone & Iron Age box –

  • Replica Stone Age Flint set presented in a labelled tool box that includes a selection of arrowheads, Neolithic knives & a hand tool
  • Reproduction Axe
  • Round House Model
  • Stonehenge model
  • Stonehenge picture
  • Piece of small animal pelt
  • Piece of large animal pelt
  • Selection of natural fibres
  • Horn – used for drinking, utensils & tools
  • Reproduction Stone Age Pot (museum replica)
  • Reproduction Stone Age Spinning Whorl (museum replica)
  • Iron Age tool (museum replica)
  • Replica Bronze Age Chief’s Dirk

£150.00 + VAT

*We cannot guarantee that every item listed will be included in the box as some items are subject to availability. Where this is the case we will substitute the unavailable item with a suitable replacement