Chapter 3: From Hunters Name:________________________________ and Gatherers to

Chapter 3: From Hunters Name:________________________________ and Gatherers to

Chapter 3: From Hunters Name:________________________________ and Gatherers to Farmers Color:_____________ Study Guide 1. Explain the difference between how Paleolithic people obtained their food and how Neolithic people obtained their food. 2. Describe the Fertile Crescent. Why did people settle there? 3. Explain how Neolithic people created a stable food supply.(hint: agriculture) 4. List at least four features of a Neolithic house. 5. Explain how and why people were now able to settle down in larger communities. List TWO benefits of these larger communities. 6. Imagine you are a Neolithic worker living in Jarmo, describe at least two specialized jobs that I may see if I visited your community.

7. You are a Neolithic toolmaker, explain at least three reasons why you would trade with a nearby village. Name:________________________________ Color:_____________ Chapter 3 Review 3.3 Food Supply (creating a stable food supply) pg. 26 A. We learned to domesticate ____________, like _________, _________, ________ and __________ B. When we learned to _________, so we could finally build __________ ____________. C. We created a _____________ food ______________. 3.4 Permanent Shelters A. In Paleolithic times, shelters were ____________. B. In Neolithic times our houses were made of __________ mixed with _____________ and __________ branches. C. Our entrance to our house was high on the ___________and we entered using a __________. D. In Neolithic times our house had several ___________. Food was stored in the __________ in the _________. There was also ______________ pits in the floor. E. Permanent shelters were so important because they _____________us _______ ____________and ______ __________, and made _________ 3.5 from Communities more comfortable. A.In

Paleolithic times, communities were _______ __________ of 20 to 60 _____________ who ___________ from place to place. B.Living in _____________allowed us to __________ together to complete a ___________ ___________. C.Community life was important because we could __________ new ways to make our _________ __________ and more _____________. We could ___________ourselves from enemies. 3.6 Specialized Jobs A. In Paleolithic times, jobs only involved finding enough____________ for survival. We are known as _____________ and ________________, or _____________. B. However, now, we do not have to worry about __________ or _________, and can improve our specialized jobs because we can ____________ on producing one good. C. Some of our specialized jobs in the Neolithic Age included __________, basket makers, ______________, and _______________. D. Different jobs were important because we could make ______________ 3.7 Trade and our ___________ more interesting. A.In Neolithic times, we __________ to get ___________ we did not have. B.We sometimes would _____________ hundreds of ___________, across _________, ___________, and ___________on donkeys to ____________. C.This growth of trade allowed us to make use of more ___________ and helped spread __________ and ____________. D.Trading gave us _________________ with more people. Creating a stable food supply led

to People staying in one spot and having Permanent Shelters which led to Communities being established which led to The development of specialized jobs this led to.. Trade, so people got what they needed.. which led toChp 4!!

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