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Stack #90680

Stone Age & Early Cultures Stack #90680

prehistory time before there was writing
hominid early ancestor of humans
ancestor relative who lived in the past
tool any handheld object that has been modified to help a person accomplish a task
Paleolithic Era Old Stone Age; stone tools used
distribute to divide among a group of people
society community of people who share a common culture
hunter-gatherers people who hunt animals and gather wild plants, seeds, fruits, and nuts to survive
migrate move
Ice Ages period in history where many places had long periods of freezing weather
land bridge a strip of land connecting two continents
Mesolithic Era Middle Stone Age; invention of hooks and fishing spears; new uses for bone and stone tools
Neolithic Era New Stone Age; people learned to start fire and farm; advanced tools like saws and drills
domestication process of changing plants or animals to make them more useful to humans
development creation
megaliths huge stones used as monuments
Homo Sapien modern day people belong to this group
agriculture farming
Antarctica the continent where early humans NEVER migrated to.
Africa The continent where the first human remains were discovered.
nomads people who move from place to place
technology tools and skills that people use to meet their needs and wants
adapt when people belong to this group
evolution a complete change in ways of thinking, working, or living
animism belief that the natural world is filled with spirits