Built fires Built shelters Made clothing Migrated to follow food
Long periods of time where the temperature dropped and areas of the Earth such as Northern Europe, Asia, and North America were covered with ice.
Early form of religion To bring good luck in hunts
The changes in human life that took place after farming was developed.
People no longer had to hunt for their meat. They provided meat, milk, and wool They carried goods and pulled carts.
It gave light protection from animals Warmth Cooked meat which made it last longer
People did not have to be nomadic Populations increased Fewer people starved More children survived to adulthood People lived closer together Diseases spread more easily People polluted their environment
PaleolithicNeolithic Stone: spears, axes. arrows Sticks: spear heads Bones: fishhooks fire Sickles Metal tools: copper and bronze
Men: hunt for food Women: gathered food, cared for children
People needed to move to get food. If they hunted & gathered all the available food in one area, they would have to move to get a new food supply.
Australopithecus afarensis Homo habilis Homo erectus Homo sapien neaderthalensis Homo sapien sapien
They analyze artifacts and fossils and make hypotheses about what the artifacts show about early humans’ daily life such as what they ate, how long they lived, what they looked like etc.
AA person or group of people who move regularly to find food and shelter.