The Kids Rule! Guide to Prehistoric England

Welcome to the Kids Rule! guide to Prehistoric England. Learn about England’s history, discover more about English Heritage sites and find loads of fun things to watch, read and do!

An interview with a real-life Stone Age man, Will Lord

Meet a real-life Stone Age Man at Grime's Graves

We sent English Heritage Members Flo and Alfie Tyrrell to Grime’s Graves, a neolithic flint mine in North Norfolk, to meet prehistoric survival expert Will Lord and learn all about what life was like for the people who lived here in the Stone Age.

Watch the video to discover how Grime’s Graves got its name, how the miners saw what they were doing underground, where the prehistoric people slept and where they went to the toilet. Will even tells his favourite prehistoric joke!

Watch the Interview
Stone age selfie dressing up kit

instant Stone Age Dress-Up Kit

Get ready to strike a prehistoric pose by printing out our instant dress-up kit.

To help transport you back to 8,000 BC we’ve got a choice of two masks, a beard, bones and teeth to make a prehistoric necklace and a flint hand axe.

  • Print out the prop templates and glue each of the pages onto card and cut them out to create your props.
  • Attach string or elastic onto the mask, and put the teeth onto string to create a necklace.
  • Attach the beard to a piece of wood or plastic straw so you can hold it in front of your face.
  • Strike a pose and ask a grown-up to share your Stone Age selfie! Use #EHmembership and tag @EnglishHeritage.
Download the Props

Prehistoric Poster: Start your mega timeline!

In every issue of our Kids Rule! magazine we’re giving away a poster showing how people lived in England through the ages. The first one featured in the March 2017 issue and shows life at a Stone Age settlement in 8000BC.

If you don't want to tear it out of your magazine, or have missed one, we've created a version online so you can download it here.

Each of the posters will follow on from each other, allowing you to collect and create a mega timeline of English history! 

Download the poster
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