“For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.”
The early Life concept takes the students on an expedition to know the life of early humans. Students of Grade IV learned how early humans made tools. Early stone tools were used to make weapons for fighting, hunting, and fishing, scraping and cleaning animal hides, drilling, engraving, carving wood. Stone tools were also used to make clothing, transport such as boats, shelter, and decorative art. From this activity, they have enhanced their knowledge and learned that archaeologists have found many stone tools all over the world. Children were involved in various activities related to the concept. They have explored the way by which these different tools were used and also tried to see how these tools can be used in the present.