Most people have their own impressions of what an early settlement looked liked. It turns out, they may be surprised.
Ross School fourth graders recently explored early life in Mehrgarh, Bampo, Jericho, and Skara Brae.
The students learned about how these ancient people invented agriculture processes and early farming as well as the culture of the early settlements.
From the first example of dentistry practice to honing items such as bones to make tools, early cultures made use of what they needed to create and sustain life.
All students provided a commendable demonstration of understanding of our history.