"I'm confused about what type of shelter they used in the Neolithic and Paleolithic Age."
"I can explain."
"Will you go and collect some more berries?"
"Sometimes, we add stones and tree branches to the mud to strengthen the walls and roof."
One peaceful summer day in 2019...
"Thanks so much but I forgot how the Paleolithic and Neolithic people get food?"
"Oh yeah, I can tell you about that, too!"
"During the Paleolithic Age, people lived in caves or rough, tent-like structures. These were temporary shelters because hunter-gatherers were nomads who had to move often in order to follow the wild animal herds or find new plants to eat."
'I was hoping to hunt a goat!'
"The Neolithic people used mud bricks, packed together, to build houses that were round or rectangular in shape. These houses had openings high in the walls. "
"Do you want to plant carrots or beans?"
"Hmm, maybe carrots."
After talking about shelters...
"During the Paleolithic period, people got food by roaming from place to place to hunt wild animals and gather nuts, berries, and seeds from the plants they found."
"By about 8000 B.C.E., some people had learned how to raise animals and crops for food. This knowledge enabled these people, for the first time, to live in one place. The Neolithic Age, or New Stone Age, hadbegun."