Friday, September 30, 2011
Stone-age toddlers had art lessons, study says
Research on Dordogne cave art shows children learned to finger-paint in palaeolithic age, approximately 13,000 years ago
Stone age toddlers may have attended a form of prehistoric nursery where they were encouraged to develop their creative skills in cave art, say archaeologists.
Research indicates young children expressed themselves in an ancient form of finger-painting. And, just as in modern homes, their early efforts were given pride of place on the living room wall.
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