I don't have enough food for my children and they are really hungry!
Come on we need to move and kill more animals
We can kill animlas and tame them so we have more food
What if we plant our own food and berries!
Surplus of Food
Wow look at all this food
Now we don't have to be starve every day. YAY!!!!!
Life was very difficult in Paleolithic times, people lived very hard lives, kids very dying of hunger because there wasn't enough food. The men had do hunt animals for there family's so that they could survive, preventing the men to rarely see there children. The Women had to stay with the Children and pick berries.
Now we don't have to be moving all the time!!!!!
Suddenly, people came up with a great idea to be able to get more food and so there kids did not starve to death. They had an idea to plant their on foods and harvest it. They also tamed the animals so they did not have to waste much time to go looking for animals.
Hey mate, how bout i trade you 2 goats for one big cow
For the first time ever they learned to save a supply of Food and to domesticate animals, goats and cattle also provide milk. They also learned to plant their own seeds and to harvest their crops. This allowed them to have more food for everyone.
COME ON MY DUDES LETS FINISH THESE MIRRORS
People often use to to move from shelter to shelter to follow the animals or to find the plants they needed. People used mud bricks packed together they also added branches and stone to the roof to make it strong. These permanent shelters helped people to stay safe from harsh weather.
People usually trade d things for things that they don't have in their own Area. They also often traded plants and animals and other resource found nearby. People looked for rare items like obsidian. Trading helped people get more resources and to be in contact with people from different places.
People were also able to develop new jobs, like making the baskets for People who collected food and Berries. Some people called stonemakers also made Jewelry like necklaces and mirrors. Some people still kept farming,