Early Human Beings during the prehistoric times required the use of tools that they invented from stone, bone, and wood in order to increase their food supply. Early Humans invented tools such as knives, fish hooks, and harpoons.
I CALL IT, THE FISH HOOK!
Even in the Paleolithic age, the arts were extremely important to the daily lives of early human beings. They would use many different mediums of art, including necklaces, sculptures, cave paintings, and more.
I will paint this beautiful landscape on the wall of our cave.
Anthropologists say that Homo Erectus were the first to control fire and use it to their advantage these early Human Beings used their knowledge on controlling fire in order to provide warmth in cold environments, cook food and frighten away attacking animals.
This fire will keep us warm and scare away the animals of the forest!
During the shift into the Neolithic Revolution, hunters from the early human beings used their vast amounts of knowledge on wild animals to tame, or domesticate animals such as horses dogs goats and pigs. These animals were domesticated to be used as a source of food.
The Agricultural revolution began when groups of gatherers discovered that planting seed created crops with a renewable source of food. Change in climate also made it much more advantageous for hunter gatherers to settle down and use agriculture to get a continuous supply of food.
Certain groups of early human beings after the turn into the Neolithic Era used the slash-and-burn farming method. This method was when populations would burn grass and trees so that ashes could be created and used to make the soil much better for farming.
If we burn down this forest, we can use the ashes to create fertile ground for farming.