The CE1/CE2/CM1 students are learning about the prehistoric period in art class, specifically the megalithic structures that are made of several stones.
In some areas, long and complex alignments of such stones exist; the largest known example located at Carnac in Brittany, France. Another example is Stonehenge, a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England. Students used rocks, moss and a constructions plan to create small scale models of these structures on our school’s playground. This outdoor fun project concludes our series of prehistoric art project along with cave painting and prehistoric sculptures on display in the school hallway.