People of the Stone Age Hunters and Gatherers Ch.1, Lesson 1 Mr. Bennett’s 6 th Grade.
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- People of the Stone Age Hunters and Gatherers Ch.1, Lesson 1 Mr. Bennetts 6 th Grade
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- The earliest humans probably lived in Africa. They spread to the rest of the world over the next tens of thousands of years as they hunted and gathered food to survive.
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- Getting Food
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- Without becoming food!
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- UghMe so Hungry!
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- Groups of related families united in bands to collect roots, nuts, fruits and seeds. They also hunted together. By co-operating together they met their basic needs for food, clothing and shelter.
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- The animals they killed provided meat for food, bones for tools, and hides for clothing.
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- They set up seasonal camps in caves or rock shelters wherever the animals were plentiful.
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- Bands migrated when food (plants or animals) became scarce in one location. Were outta here! Yaba-daba-doo!
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- Spreading Through the World
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- Reasons for the Migrations Couldnt find enough food Growing number of bands Changing climate (desertification) Follow animals on the move (hunting)
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- Ice Age About 35,000 years ago Ice sheets covered about 1/3 of the earth Resultocean level lower & land bridges made migration to various parts of world possible
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- And it made a cool movie too
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- People in different parts of the world gradually developed their own cultures (way of life). As bands grew larger, their organization and interactions within the group changed. Band members now performed different tasks (division of labor) and took on different roles according to their abilities and the groups needs.
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- Stone Age Artifacts
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- Cave Paintings are Artifacts too.
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- Here we see our good friend, Ugamug, hard at work using his tools. Watch out for your thumb!
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- What have we learned?
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- 1.How did early people get the food they needed to survive?
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- 2. Why did early people work together?
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- 3. Besides food, for what purposes might early people have worked together?
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