They lived a hunting and gathering life. They were nomads, they had no single home. They used stone and bone tools. They learned how to hunt in groups. They discovered how to make fire. Humans moved to other places in the world.
About 11,000 years ago they discovered farming. Also people domesticated animals we know today. people started to live in one place. Agriculture a created a stable supply of food, increasing the population. farming villages began arising, some becoming cities.
Some areas of the world experienced a dramatic shift in their way of life: The development of civilization. These places saw the development of writing, government, job specialization, and an increase in technological improvements.