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2 Chalkboard Challenge Social Studies Era 1 The Beginning of Human Society

3 StudentsTeachers Game Board Humanitys Story The Stone Age AgricultureAges Peopling of Earth Lets Play Final Challenge

4 StudentsTeachers Game Board Humanitys story began in which continent? 100 Africa Humanity's Story for 100

5 StudentsTeachers Game Board What did our early ancestors begin to do hundreds of thousands of years ago? 200 Form Tools Humanity's Story for 200

6 StudentsTeachers Game Board Archaeologists have found the remains of what may have been the first ______ used by humans in East Africa. 300 Tools Humanity's Story for 300

7 StudentsTeachers Game Board What were the most common tools? 400 Stone Tools Humanity's Story for 400

8 StudentsTeachers Game Board The hunter-gatherer society lived in clans and were 500 Nomadic Humanity's Story for 500

9 StudentsTeachers Game Board Another word for the Old Stone Age is 100 Paleolithic Era The Stone Age for 100

10 StudentsTeachers Game Board What did people learn to make during the Old Stone Age? 200 Fire The Stone Age for 200

11 StudentsTeachers Game Board People began to settle permanently in one location in the New Stone Age or… 300 Neolithic Era The Stone Age for 300

12 StudentsTeachers Game Board People became scavengers, herders, farmers, or producers during the Paleolithic or Neolithic Age? 400 Neolithic The Stone Age for 400

13 StudentsTeachers Game Board Animals and crops became domesticated during the Old Stone Age or New Stone Age? 500 New Stone Age (Neolithic) The Stone Age for 500

14 StudentsTeachers Game Board Where did the earliest agricultural settlements form? 100 Southwest Asia Agriculture for 100

15 StudentsTeachers Game Board Because it provided a reliable food source, early man developed __________. 200 Farming and herding Agriculture for 200

16 StudentsTeachers Game Board Name one crop of early man. 300 Wheat, potatoes, rice or maize Agriculture for 300

17 StudentsTeachers Game Board Where was the earliest known permanent agricultural community established? 400 Mesopotamia Agriculture for 400

18 StudentsTeachers Game Board The development of agriculture took place during the _______Age. 500 Neolithic Agriculture for 500

19 StudentsTeachers Game Board The Age characterized by cave art, fire, hominids, hunters and gathers, nomads. 100 Paleolithic Age Ages for 100

20 StudentsTeachers Game Board What is the time period before Jesus was born called? 200 B.C. Ages for 200

21 StudentsTeachers Game Board The New Stone Age characterized by the use of looms for weaving, domesticate animals, agriculture, people shifting from hunting and gathering to agriculture and herding. 300 Neolithic Age Ages for 300

22 StudentsTeachers Game Board What is the age of the Earth? to 5 billion years old Ages for 400

23 StudentsTeachers Game Board Which age is characterized by the creation of pottery? 500 Mesolithic Age Ages for 500

24 StudentsTeachers Game Board A giant stone structure found on the Salisbury Plain in England is called __________. 100 Stonehenge Peopling of Earth

25 StudentsTeachers Game Board The study of the remains of skeletons or bones of people is called ______. 200 Anthropology Peopling of Earth

26 StudentsTeachers Game Board People who study things USED by people who lived a long time ago; eating utensils, houses, tools are called _______. 300 Archaeologists Peopling of Earth

27 StudentsTeachers Game Board The study of things used by people who lived a long time ago; tools, eating utensils, homes is called _____. 400 Archaeology Peopling of Earth

28 StudentsTeachers Game Board What is the term for the ideas, beliefs, and customs of a group of people? 500 Culture Peopling of Earth

29 StudentsTeachers Game Board Write Your Final Challenge Wager Method of measures the amount of radioactive elements to determine the age of artifacts is called _______. Final Challenge End Game TIMES UP! TIMES UP! Radiocarbon Dating

30 Double Score DOUBLE SCORE!


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