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Key
History’s
Detectives
Hunter Gatherers
Early
Humans
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200
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300
300
400
400
Vocabulary
Neanderthals
vs.
Potpourri
Spreading
Out
Spirit
World
100
100
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100
200
200
200
200
200
300
300
300
300
300
300
400
400
400
400
400
400
Homo Sapiens
Objects made and used
by humans long ago.
Artifacts
100
Scientists who study
physical materials such as
soil and rocks .
Geologists
100
Hunters and Gathers spent
most of their time doing this.
Looking for food and trying to
avoid dangerous animals.
100
The study of how human
beings behave and interact is
part of this science.
Anthropology
100
Both Neanderthals and Homo
sapiens lived during the Old
Stone Age, also known as
this.
Paleolithic Era
100
Tools and skills that
people use to meet their
needs and wants.
Technology
100
When people leave their
homeland to live somewhere
else.
Migration
100
The time before written
records were created
Prehistory
200
Scientists who study human
life in the past by examining
things left behind.
Archaeologists
200
These people move from
place to place following food
sources.
Nomads
200
The discovery of these two
skeletons led scientists to
believe human life started in
East Africa.
Lucy and Ardi
200
They had complex language
skills.
Homo sapiens
200
The remains of plants,
feathers, bones and even
footprints.
Fossils
200
People’s surroundings
including climate, plants
and animals.
Environment
200
Daily Double
How much would you like to wager?
Wearing warmer clothing allowed
early people to do this to their
environment.
Adapt
300
Scientists would use this
to determine the age of a
prehistoric artifact.
Radioactive Dating
300
The use of tools and this
most improved the lives of
humans during the
Stone Age.
Fire
300
The cave paintings at
Lascaux and Altamira proved
this about early humans.
They were capable of
complex thoughts and
actions.
300
Both Neanderthals and Homo
sapiens had burial practices
that probably meant that they
believed in this.
Life after death
300
Elements like beliefs and
values that make up a way of
life.
Culture
300
As humans migrated, they
had to _____ to many
different _______.
adapt / environments
300
Using sharpened blades to
scrape flesh off of animal
bones is an example of this.
Technology
400
Scientists who would explain
the differences between
Neanderthals and Homo
sapiens.
Anthropologists
400
DAILY DOUBLE
How much would you like to wager?
Hunter – Gatherers did not live
in clans but in these.
Bands
400
This made it possible for
early humans to migrate to
colder climates.
Taming of fire
400
They first appeared about
100,000 years ago.
Homo sapiens
400
The Era during which tools
were first developed.
Old Stone Age / Paleolithic Era.
400
Three ways fire improved the
life of migrating people.
Warmth, cooking food, light at
night, scaring off dangerous
animals.
400
The belief that the natural
world was filled with
spirits.
Animism
100
The earliest humans to
bury their dead.
Neanderthals
200
These two things suggest
that early people practiced
animism.
Burial practices and
artwork
300
Prehistoric people created
these to honor the spirits of
the animals they hunted.
Cave paintings
400