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Permanent Shelters
Updated: 10/16/2019
Permanent Shelters
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  • Permanent Shelters By- Meygan Brown and Addysun Spalding
  • People used caves and rough stones for shelter in the Paleolithic age. These shelters were temporary because hunters and gatherers would often like to go into a cave and eat their meat and plants.
  • What did people use for shelter in the Paleolithic Age? Why were these shelters temporary?
  • They were built by using mud bricks.
  • How were houses built in the Neolithic Age?
  • How did Neolithic people use their houses to store and cook food?
  • They used their houses to store and cook food by putting the food into the floor.
  • Why were these important?
  • The permanent shelters were important because they gave shelter/protection in storms and bad weather.
  • Why were these important?
  • This keeps them safe from animals too. It is easier to survive.
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