Old stone age to Stone age
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Permanent HomesBy: Hunter Carey
People in the Paleolithic Age lived in caves or rough like tents. These shelters were temporary because they were nomads that moved all the time to hunt there herd that they followed.
They used mud bricks that packed together. They also used stones and sticks to make the mud stronger.
They had built in spaces for food or pits with water that would turn it boiling water. They also dug a cooking pit to cook food.
The development of permanent shelters were important because houses gave people protection from bad weather and animals which made life more comfortable.
People could cook food in different ways. The permanent homes let people settle together in a larger community.
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