The early humans that lived in the Paleolithic Age had to hunt and gather their food.
Unlike in the Paleolithic Age early human figured out how to crow crops and plants for food so it was easy access and people stared to settle in were people new how to grow crops. And that brins us to our next topic, communities.
In the Paleolithic Age early humans were nomads. Nomads are people who don't actually have a home, they travel frequently. Also they don't have good materials to build a PERMANENT home which would stand through lightning and rain.
Thankfully, In the Neolithic Age, Early humans figured out how to make permanent homes. They wanted a community because in the Neolithic age, there were farms and crops so you didn't have to hunt for food.
In the Neolithic Age people started to polish rocks and make pottery for jobs. They also made baskets and jewelry.
In the Paleolithic Age there were no jobs except hunting.
In the Paleolithic Age they traded simple stone tools and resources.
In the Neolithic Age they traded baskets, polished stone, pottery and jewelry.
As I said before, People in the Paleolithic Age were nomads because they couldn't build permanent homes to live in.
In the Neolithic Age early humans knew how to build a shelter mostly out of mud brick.