The Snozzcumbers looked at examples of Stone Age jewellery found in different parts of the world and learnt that they were made from a variety of objects including bone, stones, animal teeth and claws. The children created their own designs and used clay to make beads of different shapes. Afterwards they painted them with colours that could be found in the nature –  reds, yellows and browns.

Well done Snozzcumbers, your Stone Age jewellery looks brilliant!