Session resources and ideas
A collection of downloadable resources to help YAC Leaders plan their sessions. These resources have been made by YAC, our friends and relations, over many years.
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An information booklet on prehistoric earthworks.
A detailed factfile on herbs and their uses.
How did the Ancient Egyptians write? Learn to read and write in hieroglyphics.
A series of activities investigating the importance of woodland in developing industry.
How did people stop food going off in the past? Create and test your own Iron Age grain store.
How did people build houses without bricks? Build your own Iron Age roundhouse in this activity.
Create your own decorative garden out of cress.
A series of activities investigating how people lived in the Mesolithic.
How did people make metal decorations? Discover the process of lost wax casting and cast your own shapes using ice cubes and chocolate.
How do we know what people ate? Carry out your own excavations to identify different seeds and grains.
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