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Indonesian Caves Hold Oldest Figurative Painting Ever Found, Scientists Say November NPR Rock Painting Patterns, Rock Painting Ideas Easy, Painted Rocks Kids, Mary Cassatt, Albrecht Durer, Old Paintings, Human Art, Painting Videos, Borneo

Indonesian Caves Hold Oldest Figurative Painting Ever Found, Scientists Say

Oldest human art in Borneo

The Smarter Balanced Text Evidence Proof Frames are perfect for practicing… Teaching Reading, Teaching Tools, Teaching Ideas, Learning, Text Evidence, Citing Evidence, Balanced Literacy, 3rd Grade Reading, Test Prep

Smarter Balanced ELA Test Prep | Text Evidence Proof Frames

The Smarter Balanced Text Evidence Proof Frames are perfect for practicing side-by-side text analysis, a style which is used in the Smarter Balanced testing system. Science, social studies or ELA text can be inserted into the frame. Change the prompts to suit your focus. Two examples, two frame options, and CCSS are included.

The Smarter Balanced Text Evidence Proof Frames are perfect for practicing… Teaching Reading, Teaching Tools, Teaching Ideas, Learning, Text Evidence, Citing Evidence, Balanced Literacy, 3rd Grade Reading, Test Prep

Smarter Balanced ELA Test Prep | Text Evidence Proof Frames

The Smarter Balanced Text Evidence Proof Frames are perfect for practicing side-by-side text analysis, a style which is used in the Smarter Balanced testing system. Science, social studies or ELA text can be inserted into the frame. Change the prompts to suit your focus. Two examples, two frame options, and CCSS are included.

examine how art has existed through time and how it can represent a group of people, e., prehistoric man and cave paintings. AFTER the "cave" is used for hibernation, it can be used for cave paintings done by cave kids! 2010 Elementary Art Show Classroom Displays, Art Classroom, Art Pariétal, Classe D'art, Lascaux, Ecole Art, Art Lessons Elementary, Elementary Schools, Kindergarten Art

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Make Stone Age animal prints Teaching History, Teaching Art, Stone Age Ks2, Archaeology For Kids, School Displays, Ecole Art, Art Lessons Elementary, Iron Age, Indigenous Art

WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE ART ROOM??

Check out what the students in Mrs. VandenBush's classroom are doing in art! Some of th lesson ideas I come up with, but many of these ideas come from other wonderful art teachers!

Reconstruction of Ötzi the Iceman, a well-preserved natural mummy of a man who lived around BCE. The mummy was found in September 1991 in the Ötztal Alps. Stonehenge, Prehistoric Man, The Iceman, Sneak Attack, Early Humans, Human Evolution, South Tyrol, Bronze Age, Ancient History

Clothing | Museo Archeologico dell’Alto Adige

Ötzi’s clothing was practical and functional. Made from hide, leather and braided grass, affording him protection from the cold and wet.

In partial skeletons of nine individuals were discovered on an Indonesian island. They were identified as "Homo Floresiensis" or Hobbit people. Ancient Myths, Ancient History, Homo Floresiensis, Religions Du Monde, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Ancient Mysteries, Interesting History, Ancient Civilizations

In 2003, partial skeletons of nine individuals were discovered on the small Indonesian island of Flores. Scientists believe that they evolved from Homo erectus that came by boat and underwent island bound miniaturization, like other animal species, such as the pygmy elephant. Homo floresiensis (Hobbit) is thought to have survived on Flores at least until 12,000 years ago, making it the longest lasting non-modern human. It is believed that a volcanic eruption was responsible for their demise.

theolduvaigorge: “ Digital Reconstructions of Hominids from the set ‘Descendenteí,’ Human Kind Lineage Project Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Dinosaurs Extinction, Biological Anthropology, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Photographs Of People, Prehistoric Animals, Primates, Charles Darwin

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theolduvaigorge: “ Digital Reconstructions of Hominids from the set ‘Descendenteí,’ Human Kind Lineage Project • by Eduard Olaru Identification: • First row: Paranthropus boisei (KNM-ER 406) • Second...

 Artwork showing the maximum extent of the ice sheets and glaciers at the peak of the last Ice Age, between and years ago. European History, World History, Ancient History, Art Rupestre, Prehistoric Man, France Culture, Old Maps, Antique Maps, Ice Age

European glaciation, artwork - Stock Image - C005/3460

European glaciation. Artwork showing the maximum extent of the ice sheets and glaciers at the peak of the last Ice Age, between 20,000 and 18,000 years ago.

Check out the most mysterious extinct human species! From prehistoric neanderthal fossils to ancient ancestor dna, here is a top 10 list of strange mysteries. Homo Habilis, Evolution Science, Human Evolution, Historia Universal, Anthropologie, Early Humans, Prehistoric Animals, World History, Science And Nature

The Complete Human Evolution Evidence Database

The Missing Links of The Scientific Theory of Evolution? http://tmblr.co/ZTwOHx1Igwnxe First, lets debunk the #1 Myth that most creationists still try to use: Q: If we evolved from (Insert Primate of...

A reconstruction of a Homo erectus female (based on fossil ER by paleoartist John Gurche, part of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History’s Human Origins Program. Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Female Base, Early Humans, Anthropologie, Human Evolution, Photographs Of People, Human Development, Before Us, Ancient Civilizations

Homo Erectus was originally believed to be the descendant of the H. habilis, but recent findings have shown that it may have lived in part of the same time period as the H. habilis.

"The Homo heidelbergensis lived from about yrs ago to yrs ago. These were the first early humans to venture into the cold latitudes of Europe, were the first species to build shelters, and hunt big game animals with wooden spears. Homo Heidelbergensis, Anthropologie, Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Religions Du Monde, Prehistoric Man, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Homo Habilis, Before Us

The scientific tourist #160 — Homo heidelbergensis

From a really excellent gallery of hominid busts in the National Museum of Natural History; Washington, D.C….

New fossils revise human evolution theories. sediba's hand has short fingers and a long thumb, making it even more human-like than Homo habilis. Homo Habilis, Biological Anthropology, Anthropologie, Empire Romain, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Ancient History, Science Nature, Earth Science

Fossils revise human evolution theories | CBC News

A pair of two-million-year-old fossils with a mish-mash of human and ape characteristics have changed the way scientists think human-like features evolved.