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Relation to Curriculum in England:
In this activity your child will consider why stone circles were built. They will design and create their own stone circle using either stones or modelling clay.
This resource meets the following aspects of the National Curriculum of England: Art and History. Don’t forget to check out the rest of our Lower Key Stage Two topics where you will find great curriculum standard activities for your classroom or home educated children. There are plenty of subjects for you to choose from, so you’ll be delighted with the wide range when planning your day.
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