JQ5: Think about the ways that early humans lived: hunting and gathering food for example, or building their own shelter. How would you have fared during this time? Which tasks would have been exciting? challenging? rewarding? Which tasks would you be most prepared for today? Least prepared?
3. Meet the Flinstones! What do they use stone, wood, and bone for? Add a 3 column table to your notebook. Label the columns: stone, wood, and bone. Look for examples of how the Flinstones used each of these “tools.”
Complete Prehistory chart comparing early humans. Due Tuesday 9/13/11.
- Why Did Early Humans Leave Africa Without the Latest Gadgets? (news.sciencemag.org)
- Ancient humans used hand axes earlier than thought (seattletimes.nwsource.com)
- Stone Tools Shed Light on Early Human Migrations (scientificamerican.com)
- Neanderthal genome inherited by humans, study says (sfgate.com)
- New Fossil Discovery Stirs Evolutionary Excitement (nytimes.com)