The Stone Age - A prehistoric period when weapons and tools were made of stone or of organic materials such as bone, wood, or horn., Paleolithic Period - The early phase of the Stone Age, lasting about 2.5 million years, when primitive stone tools were used., Mesolithic Period - Middle phase of the Stone Age - Approx 10,000 BCE to 6,000 BCE, Neolithic Period - Later phase of the Stone Age, Approx. 8,000 BCE - 3,000 BCE. Farming and settlements flourished., hunter-gatherers - Were nomads who moved from place to place, following animals for hunting and using their knowledge of plants to survive., domestication - The process of taming an animal or the cultivation of a plant for food, climate change - A change in global or regional climate patterns, prehistory - the time of human culture before the written word, settlement - a small community or village, migrate - to move from one place to another, specialization - the development of skills in a specific kind of work, surplus - having more than what is needed., revolution - a major change., nomad - a person who moves from place to place., agriculture - the practice of growing crops. (farming),


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