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Cave paintings

Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings. They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK!

Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings.  They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK! 1
Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings.  They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK! 2
Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings.  They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK! 3
Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings.  They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK! 4
Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings.  They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK! 5
Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings.  They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK! 6
Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings.  They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK! 7
Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings.  They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK! 8
Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings.  They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK! 9
Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings.  They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK! 10
Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings.  They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK! 11
Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings.  They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK! 12
Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings.  They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK! 13
Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings.  They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK! 14
Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings.  They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK! 15
Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings.  They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK! 16
Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings.  They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK! 17
Having spent an afternoon outside learning how cave men and women started fires to cook, scare off animals and keep warm, the children then used some of the burnt ash covered sticks, to create these amazing cave paintings.  They have tried to be as authentic as possible, using only leaves, mud, sticks and their fingers to create these masterful pieces of art. 3/4B had mountains of fun learning about the techniques cave men and women used to make their own ‘paint’ and even had a go at making their own with mud and spit! YUCK! 18
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