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Early Humans:

Old & New Stone Age

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a time when early people used stone to make weapons and tools Stone Age
the earliest/first period of the Stone Age; when people first began to use stone tools Paleolithic
people who travel from place to place in search of food nomads
the early nomadic people who would chase and hunt animals and gather plants, berries, nuts, etc. in order to survive Hunter-Gatherers
art that was painted on the side of cave walls; typically showing animals and hunters cave art
tools and techniques that people use to accomplish tasks technology
a long period of extreme cold Ice Age
a strip of land connecting two continents; used by early people to travel to new parts of the world land bridge
the New Stone Age/latest period of the Stone Age; period of farming and domestication of animals Neolithic Age
changing how plants and animals are tended to in order to make them more useful to humans domesticate
growing crops on a regular basis according to annual (yearly) farming practices systemic agriculture
concentration on a specific job or duty; this ability led to early people becoming experts in one area, which made them more efficient specialization
Created by: clavery