Homes and Houses Class Assembly Script

Download a class assembly on the history of the development of homes and houses. From the Neanderthals to the Tudors, this engaging and child-led assembly is full of original and unique facts.

Homes and Houses

This highly informative assembly script provides the listening audience with a brief history of the development of homes and houses. From the Neanderthals to the Tudors, this engaging and child-led assembly is full of original and unique facts. With opportunities for the whole class to get involved in its delivery, this assembly will leave audiences laughing in their seats and eager to know more about the evolution of the home.

Key Stage: Key stage KS1

Style: Informative and amusing

Number of children: Accommodates for a whole class of 30 but can easily be amended to accommodate less or more.

Duration: 20 minutes but can be made longer or shorter by editing the script.

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Homes and Houses Class Assembly - Extract

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Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock.

Child sitting on the sofa stands up and begins to mime being a caveman and painting a picture on the wall of their 'cave.'

Narrator 3

The oldest cave painting recorded can be found in a cave in Spain. It dates from the year 6,300 BC. Caves were excellent shelters because they stayed cool in the summer and offered warm, dry shelter in the winter.

Narrator 4

Homes and houses across the world have changed a lot since people lived in caves and this picture was drawn.

Narrator 5

If you walk down the high street today, you might not see a caveman drawing on his cave wall, but you'll notice lots of different looking buildings, some new and some old.

Narrator 6

In the next 15 minutes, we want to take you on a brief tour of homes and houses in history, so sit back and enjoy.

Narrator 7

We know that cavemen didn’t just live in caves. Some built houses from mammoth bones, using wood and sticks to build a roof. The Neanderthals, or cavemen, carved pictures and added colours to the bones too.

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