In the Paleolithic Age people got food by hunting animals and gathering plants
In the Neolithic Age people learned to grow food by collecting or planting the seeds of plants
In the Paleolithic Age people lived in caves or rough, tent-like structures.
This meant that people did not have a stable food supply. Wild animals and plants became scarce when people stayed in one area for too long. There was also some problems with hunting, people died or got injured.
In the Neolithic Age people learned to build better houses.
This change was important because people began to have a stable food supply. It is also important because people was using the invention of agriculture.
In the Neolithic Age the most important job was to find enough food to live.
This meant people stayed in their shelters for not that long since they had to move from place to place in order to follow animal herds and to find new plants.
In the Neolithic Age people discovered that there was more than one job.
This change was important because people made better houses that were long lasting. The houses they made were very protective. It protected people fro harsh weathers or wild animals going inside their houses and you can also cook inside. It was also very comfortable and it can hold larger communities.
This meant that people had to hunt animals or gather plants everyday to live.
This change was important because some jobs inspired workers to improve their skills. Some jobs were toolmakers, basket makers, and traders. This lead to newer and better ways to live. Many jobs also lead to a much greater community life.