Global Studies Paleolithic Shelter
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Time in the Paleolithic Age is tough because we can't settle down in one place and constantly move. We would stop in caves or make tents for shelter. We have to move to find new plants to eat and follow wild animal herds. We need to hunt for food.
In the Neolithic Age, we make permanent shelters and settle down in communities to farm. We dig pits inside the house to store food and cook. We get water to boil with hot stones. It's nice to live in a house!
The development of permanent shelters helped people stay safe in harsh weather or protect them from wild animals. Life also became more comfortable because people could store food easier and cook food in many different ways. People could settle down and create communities.
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