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The Stone Age – Cultural heritage – the 4. grade excursion
Reindeer-6000 years old The students visited the famous carvings from the Stone Age, and they got to see the reindeer and the man
OLD CRAFTS Jewelry made of bones and teeth from animals Tools made of flint
The students made axes from stones
Learning of excrements from different animals
From a moose
Studying the information board
The tools of flint came from Denmark
Settlement from the Stone Age
How to live and survive Making clothes of leather
Adventure in nature
The frog pond must be examined
Information about old methods of hunting
We have learned a lot today!!!
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