Cherry class History, Harlow 10,000 years ago. We imagined that we went on a trip to Harlow 10,000 years ago to discover how they lived, what they ate and how they got their food. It was news to us that people had to hunt and couldn’t just go to a shop! They had to build camps out of wood and animal skin instead of having our lovely houses, and rather than watching TV at night, they may have watched a fire. Fires were useful because you could cook with them, give light and keep you warm. It was a fun adventure, we bought back artefacts to 2022 to display in our class museum!
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