Farming Creates Food Surpluses Which Increases Population
Settlements Grow Larger
Starting at around 10,000 BCE, people switched from hunting and gathering to taming and keeping animals and growing crops.
Some People Start Doing Jobs Other Than Farming
The farming created a food surplus and because of the extra food, more and more people came to the settlement. Agriculture Allowed for the people to guarantee a full and healthy meal every day.
Some Settlements Grow Into Cities and A System Of Government is Established
Because of the Increase in population, The settlements grew Larger To allow all of the people to have a home
Civilization Is Born!
Stability And The Increase In Population Led to the development of new skills such as making tools pottery and making clothing.
As the settlements grew in population, the first settlements eventually turned into cities. The cities needed a form of government to keep things orderly. This is when the first city created a form of government.
As the cities became more advanced they turned into civilizations.