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When did the Old Stone Age begin?
2 million years ago
When did the New Stone Age begin?
8000 BC
The people from the Old Stone Age had _______ homes, and they were_______
temperary homes, and they were nomads
The people from the New Stone Age had_______ homes.
permanant
The people from the Old Stone Age had to _______ their food, such as deer, _______, _______, or _______
hunt their food such as deer, bison, horses, or mammoths
Most of the people from the Ols Stone Age only used tools that were made of_______ and _______
stone and flint
In the New Stone Age, people invented_______, _______, and_______
plows, wheels, and writing
In the New Stone Age, the people started to _______, and they _______ed wild animals for things such as dairy products like milk
farm, and they domesticated wild animals...............
In the Old Stone Age, people hunted and _______
gathered
In the Old Stone Age, people made _______ drawings
cave
What was the main thing that seperated the New Stone Age from the Old Stone Age?
farming
Because the people in the New Stone Age had temperary homes, they had time to specialize with other jobs besides _______ because they were in one place
farming
In the New Stone Age, people made b_______ and p________
baskets and pottery
In the Old Stone Age, people lived in t______ and c_______, and the t_______ were made of animal skins
tents and cave, and the tents were made of animal skins
In the New Stone Age, their villages/ homes were made of _______ and _______
clay and earth