In the Paleoethic age we were always on the move and never had permanent shelters, we made small temporary homes because we were Nomads so we kept on following animals and herds to, soon hunt them.
It was important for us to develope permanent shelters so we could have bigger and better houses that we could live in for a long time and protect us from harsh weathers and provide warmth
Our second important change is that we made permanent homes with mud bricks. We had several rooms in our homes dedicated to our food, we dug pits to store food because it was cold, we dug another pit with water and put hot stones in for the water to boil
This was very important in our lives because we could now be protected from harsh weather provided warmth and we could store our food in our homes.