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Students go prehistoric for Cro-Magnon Day

Pico Canyon Elementary students get into the caveman spirit

Posted: September 20, 2013 2:00 a.m.
Updated: September 20, 2013 2:00 a.m.
Sixth-grade teacher Bryan Eifert, left, wearing a Fred Flintstone costume, leads a class of sixth-graders dressed in the garb of early humans as they play “caveman bingo” with words relating to the study of Cro-Magnon man during Cro-Magnon Day at Pico Canyon Elementary School in Santa Clarita on Thursday.  Photo by Dan Watson. Sixth-grade teacher Bryan Eifert, left, wearing a Fred Flintstone costume, leads a class of sixth-graders dressed in the garb of early humans as they play “caveman bingo” with words relating to the study of Cro-Magnon man during Cro-Magnon Day at Pico Canyon Elementary School in Santa Clarita on Thursday.  Photo by Dan Watson.
Sixth-grade teacher Bryan Eifert, left, wearing a Fred Flintstone costume, leads a class of sixth-graders dressed in the garb of early humans as they play “caveman bingo” with words relating to the study of Cro-Magnon man during Cro-Magnon Day at Pico Canyon Elementary School in Santa Clarita on Thursday.  Photo by Dan Watson.
Sixth-graders Brian No, left, and Travis Schoelen wait for lunch dressed in the garb of early humans, including clubs and full beards, during Cro-Magnon Day at Pico Canyon Elementary School in Santa Clarita on Thursday. Photo by Dan Watson. Sixth-graders Brian No, left, and Travis Schoelen wait for lunch dressed in the garb of early humans, including clubs and full beards, during Cro-Magnon Day at Pico Canyon Elementary School in Santa Clarita on Thursday. Photo by Dan Watson.
Sixth-graders Brian No, left, and Travis Schoelen wait for lunch dressed in the garb of early humans, including clubs and full beards, during Cro-Magnon Day at Pico Canyon Elementary School in Santa Clarita on Thursday. Photo by Dan Watson.
Sixth-grade teacher Bryan Eifert, left, wearing a Fred Flintstone costume, assists a "clan" of sixth-graders dressed in the garb of early humans as they dig for artifacts as archeologists would. Photo by Dan Watson. Sixth-grade teacher Bryan Eifert, left, wearing a Fred Flintstone costume, assists a "clan" of sixth-graders dressed in the garb of early humans as they dig for artifacts as archeologists would. Photo by Dan Watson.
Sixth-grade teacher Bryan Eifert, left, wearing a Fred Flintstone costume, assists a "clan" of sixth-graders dressed in the garb of early humans as they dig for artifacts as archeologists would. Photo by Dan Watson.
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It was a blast from the past at Pico Canyon Elementary School on Wednesday - all the way back to prehistoric time - for Cro-Magnon Day.

Four classes of 122 sixth-grade students participated in the school’s event, dressing up in faux-animal skins and using bones in place of modern hair accessories.

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