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2 Homo Sapiens Sapiens By: Kristin, Willow, Jarod, and Zac

3 Engaging Beginning This presentation takes you forty thousand years into the past when the era of modern humans began. You will learn what we ate at the beginning of our existence and other interesting information, too.

4 Dates and Places of Existence The human species of Homo Sapiens, Sapiens appeared about forty thousand years ago when the ice age ended. They migrated all over the world. (1)

5 Food They ate the following: 1)Deer, fish, pig, cow, goat, and sheep. 2)Berries, nuts, grains, plants, and some roots 3)The way they got food was they domesticated animals and they planted plants. (2)

6 Fire They werent the first to use fire, but they were the first to use it wisely. How they made fire was they rubbed rocks together, and by rubbing wood together (but they needed tinder, such as grass, etc.). (3)

7 Tools Homo Sapien, Sapiens used these tools: Spears, bows, and arrows. Traps for larger animals, and they tamed wolves for hunting. Fish traps, and dams to catch fish. Axes, boats, and pigment for paint Stones for making fire and paint. (4)

8 Religions and Ceremonies They worshiped daily at a shrine or other special places. In the beginning of the modern human era, they didnt worship gods, but they worshiped symbols (animals, fictional characters, etc.). (5)

9 Development of Language They communicated with different languages; some are used today; some are not. As far as we know, Homo Sapiens, Sapiens did have written language. (6)

10 Clothing Clothing was made of hide and fur from hunted animals. Men, typically, just wore shorts. Women usually wore short dresses made of skins. (7)

11 Arts, Paintings, and Carvings They were the first known humans to make pots. They painted bison, horses, dogs, and people. They put water on a small rock and rubbed it on a big rock to make paint. (8)

12 Description of Physical Appearance They are the closest looking humans to us in the 21 st century. (9) Both genders were about feet tall. Male Homo Sapiens, Sapiens weighed 168 to 183 pounds. Female Homo Sapiens, Sapiens weighed 120 to 140 pounds. (10)

13 Description of Daily Life They were mainly farmers with the start of raising plants and animals. They got a surplus of food so they didnt have to be hunter-gatherers anymore. (11)

14 Description of Shelter Shelter was usually set up by a cave. Caves provided shelter in bad weather. There were about seven huts in a camp. Each hut had a family with 2-4 children. The huts were circular and roomy. Large, flat mammoth bones made the floor. Other large mammal bones helped support the hut. (12)

15 Conclusion Homo Sapien, Sapiens were the link between farmers and hunter-gatherers. They are the first humans to have a known language. Homo Sapiens, Sapiens are the smartest species of humans. We are Homo Sapiens, Sapiens.

16 ???? Quiz ???? 1)What was some of the meat that Homo Sapiens, Sapiens ate? 2) Did Homo Sapiens, Sapiens make fire? 3) What was one of the things that Homo Sapiens, Sapiens paint in caves? ??????????????????

17 !!!! Answers !!!! 1)Some of the meat eaten was deer, fish, pig, cow, goat, and sheep, etc. 2)Yes, they did make fire using friction to produce sparks to create fire. 3)The painted bison, horses, dogs, and people. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

18 Endnotes (1)Teacher Created Materials, inc., How We Learn About the Past, Unknown, 1995, p. 14. (2)Ibid. (3)Ibid. (4)Ibid. (5)Fiorenzo Facchini, A Day With Homo Sapiens, Milano, Italy: Editoriale Jaco Book Spa Via Gioberti 7, 2003, p. 48.

19 Endnotes (6) Teacher Created Materials, inc., How We Learn About the Past, Unknown, 1995, p. 14. (7) Ibid. (8) Fiorenzo Facchini, A Day With Homo Sapiens, Milano, Italy: Editoriale Jaco Book Spa Via Gioberti 7, 2003, p. 48. (9) Teacher Created Materials, inc., How We Learn About the Past, Unknown, 1995, p. 14.

20 Endnotes (10) Fiorenzo Facchini, A Day With Homo Sapiens, Milano, Italy: Editoriale Jaco Book Spa Via Gioberti 7, 2003, p. 48. (11) Teacher Created Materials, inc., How We Learn About the Past, Unknown, 1995, p. 14. (12) Fiorenzo Facchini, A Day With Homo Sapiens, Milano, Italy: Editoriale Jaco Book Spa Via Gioberti 7, 2003, p. 48.

21 Bibliography Fiorenzo Facchini. A Day With Homo Sapiens. Milano, Italy: Editoriale Jaco Book Spa Via Gioberti 7, Teacher Created Materials, Inc. How We Learn About the Past. Unknown, 1995.

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23 Thanks For Watching! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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