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Stone Age Replica Mounted Axe

Product Code: HI00556
When a hand axe simply wasn't cutting it anymore, Stone Age man turned to a mounted axe!
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

High Quality Replica

Constructed from wood with a high-quality resin axe head, this Stone Age replica mounted axe with string adds to its historical accuracy.

Educational Tool

Supports Key Stage Two history curriculum by illustrating changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. Helps children understand the evolution of tools and their uses.

Engaging Visual Aid

Provides a tangible connection to ancient times, making history lessons more engaging. Encourages discussions about the practical applications of tools in daily life and survival.

Safe Handling

Handle with care and ensure adult supervision during use.

Key Stage Two History

Supports the Key Stage Two history topic 'Changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age,' covering late Neolithic hunters, Bronze Age religion, and Iron Age culture.

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Stone Age Wooden Mounted Axe

When a hand axe simply wasn't cutting it anymore, Stone Age man turned to a mounted axe!

Overview

  • Enhance history lessons with this Stone Age replica mounted axe. Constructed from wood with a high-quality resin axe head, it provides a tangible connection to the past.

  • Use this replica in Key Stage Two history lessons to illustrate Britain's changes from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. Discuss how late Neolithic hunter-gatherers evolved their tools and techniques. This resource supports learning about Bronze Age religion, technology, and travel, as well as Iron Age hill forts, tribal kingdoms, farming, art, and culture.

  • Engage children in discussions about the practical applications of ancient tools and highlight their importance in daily life and survival. This replica serves as an excellent visual aid for geography and history topics, making abstract concepts more concrete and relatable.

Supports the National Curriculum

History, Key Stage 2, Stone Age to Iron Age

Changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. From late Neolithic hunters-gathers. Bronze Age religion, technology and travel. Iron Age hill forts, tribal kingdoms, farming, art and culture.

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    Material

  • Wood

  • Age Range

  • Suitable for 7 to 11 years

Size and measurements

    Length

  • 45 cm

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