What are the similarities and differences between Stone Age periods?

During this lesson we will study what stayed the same throughout the different stone age periods, as well as what changed. Humans made some very important discoveries and breakthroughs with each new period, and we will study how these changed the way we lived.

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Q1.Which of these materials did humans use during the Neolithic era? Choose three.

Select three (3) boxes

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Q2.Match these Stone Age eras with their description.

Neolithic Era

Palaeolithic Era

Mesolithic Era

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Q3.Humans began farming in which of the stone ages?

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Q4.The Palaeolithic era, Mesolithic era and Neolithic era all lasted for about the same length of time.

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Q5.Where is it believed that humans first evolved?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

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Question 2

Question 3

Question 3

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Question 4

Question 5

Q1.Which of these materials did humans use during the Neolithic era? Choose three.

Select three (3) boxes

1/5

Q2.Match these Stone Age eras with their description.

Neolithic Era

Palaeolithic Era

Mesolithic Era

2/5

Q3.Humans began farming in which of the stone ages?

3/5

Q4.The Palaeolithic era, Mesolithic era and Neolithic era all lasted for about the same length of time.

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Q5.Where is it believed that humans first evolved?

5/5

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What are the similarities and differences between Stone Age periods? - Quiz

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Q1.In which era did humans in Britain settle in more permanent homes and start farming?

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Q2.Which of these animals is now extinct?

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Q3.There were no musical instruments during the Mesolithic era.

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Q4.When did Homo sapiens first evolve?

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Q5.In the Palaeolithic era, early humans would have communicated

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Well done for your work this lesson. Celebrate your learning with this quick quiz.

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Question 5

Q1.In which era did humans in Britain settle in more permanent homes and start farming?

1/5

Q2.Which of these animals is now extinct?

2/5

Q3.There were no musical instruments during the Mesolithic era.

3/5

Q4.When did Homo sapiens first evolve?

4/5

Q5.In the Palaeolithic era, early humans would have communicated

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