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The Stone Age By Georgia Hogg
Tools helped toimprove peoples                             Stone Age Tools                                  In the Stone a...
The benefits offarming was that                        Stone Age Farmingpeople had food,                               Ear...
Stone Age ArtStone age paintings                       People might have come across art when theyprobably helped us      ...
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The stone age

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The stone age

  1. 1. The Stone Age By Georgia Hogg
  2. 2. Tools helped toimprove peoples Stone Age Tools In the Stone age people used different types of tools for manylives. They didn’t different uses like digging, cooking, hunting, farming, makinghave to use their clothes and making pots. They made these tools by shapinghands to do wood for handles then to cut stone they would make a grooveeverything, for in one side and put a triangular piece of wood in the grooveexample; they then tie lots of string ( fibers from trees and wheat) around itdidn’t have to pull then leave it in water for a day or two. Then they would polishwheat out of the the stone and shape it on sandstone. Now they use cookedground but instead birch bark (glue) and stick the sharp stone to the handle.they could cut it sothat they didn’t Firsthave to plant more. machine to drill aTools also helped hole inwhen a group of rockhunter-gatherswould attack the Stone about to be Axe to cut down cutvillage because treesthey could defend If people in the stone age hadnt invented tools we might not bebetter. Tools helped where we are today. As soon as people invented tools they wereto improve peoples able to do things more efficiently. They had more time to dolives and made other things like farming , that meant more food. So over alltheir lives easier tools had a big impact on lives in the stone age and if tools hadnt been created we might not be where we are today
  3. 3. The benefits offarming was that Stone Age Farmingpeople had food, Early humans probably came aboutdidn’t go hungry, farming when they realized that if theythey didnt have to dropped a seed into the ground, whenration food and they they next came back to that spot,didn’t have to use so there would be a plant, somethingmuch energy growing or a sapling of a tree.hunting. In thewinter they wouldhave enough foodbecause all of theextra food theywould have storedof some howpreserved. They alsohad enough food togo on long journeysand that may havebeen when peoplestarted traveling Farming helped to improve peoples lives a lot. They had morelong distances. than enough food and they could sop being hunter-gathers and could settle down in one place. This helped because they could sell/trade the extra food.
  4. 4. Stone Age ArtStone age paintings People might have come across art when theyprobably helped us saw that if crushed berry would spill on rock orthan it did the wood that it might look like something. Theypeople who drew could of used crushed berries, animal blood,them. It may have crushed up coloured pebbles or even bark. Theyhelped them. The could have used other things but they probablyadvantage of having used their fingers to paint. Stone age peopleart was that we Cave probably only painted on rock or on trees.know what animals painting of a horsepeople had to dealwith or the wayspeople died.Another Advantagewas that if peoplewere drawing oncave walls they Without Art we would not know as much as we do about people inmight draw rituals the stone age. One people learned to draw they would take it up as aor ceremonies that hobby and draw more things on caves and since rocks don’t rot orthey used to have. disappear they would be there for ever and we would know what they ate, their religions and what their environment looked like. We might even be able to tell why they built certain structures or how many people died. With out art we might not know as much as we do!

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