LIVING IN PREHISTORY
10th – 14th July
11 am to 2 pm
Ages: 6 – 10
We will take a close look, from an active and multisensorial approach, into the different technologies of prehistory, making a chronologically ordered review of the technologies that humanity has been acquiring with the passage of time. Knowledge acquired during each session will be put into practice next days to highlight the connection between fire, metal and cooking. We will manufacture tools made of silex, wood, fiber, etc., learn how to make fire, we will work the metals as they did in the first metallurgical societies and we will use hand mills to get flour and cook our own cakes.
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