A sensational archaeologist

A non-fiction biography text for year 6 and P7, linking to the topics Evolution and inheritance and Biodiversity and interdependence. Dorothy Garrod was a trailblazing archaeologist whose discoveries changed how we think about human evolution. She uncovered more than 87,000 stone tools and the first Neanderthal skeleton to be found outside Europe. The discoveries Dorothy made were extremely important, and her impact has been recognised with awards, such as the Society of Antiquaries gold medal, and buildings named in her honour.

This downloadable reading pack includes:

  • An A3 reading spread for you to print.
  • Reading comprehension question and answer sheets.
Year 6
Evolution and inheritance
A sensational archaeologist

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