PERMANENT SHELTERS Once farming began, humans no longer had to be (1) NOMADS. So they built permanent (2) SHELTERS! (houses!) The houses were usually made out of mud bricks. Houses provided (3) PROTECTION from weather and made life more (4) COMFORTABLE.
ESTABLISHING COMMUNITIES Communities developed and became organized. Humans could divide up the (5) WORK such as farming, making tools and building houses. People had more (6) TIME to discover new ways of making life easier. Communities could even work together to (7) DEFEND THEMSELVES.
DEVELOPING NEW JOBS Because farming was so (8) EFFICIENT, not everyone had to be farmers. Different jobs such as weavers, basket makers, toolmakers and traders developed. The development of these jobs encouraged people to become (9) HIGHLY SKILLED at their craft. This improved the (10) LIVING CONDITIONS of the town even more!
BEGINNING OF TRADE People began to trade for (11) RESOURCES THEY DID NOT HAVE. People wanted crafters to improve the strength of tools and to make things prettier. Traders often traveled hundreds of miles for things like (12) FLINT and OBSIDIAN. Trade also brought people from distant places into contact. This spread (13) IDEAS AND KNOWLEDGE. This is called (14) CULTURAL DIFFUSION.