Monday's Lesson Plan
Civilization began when people started farming. When people started growing their own food instead of searching for it daily, important changes happened in their lives. They could settle down and create a home. They built villages, towns and even cities.
Tuesday's Lesson Plan
Having a home changed people's lives. They no longer had to carry everything they owned with them. Which meant that they could collect more stuff and save for the future, but they could collect things that weren't absolutely necessary to survive. They started to create arts and crafts that enhanced their lives.
Wednesday's Lesson Plan
As man learned to farm better, they started having extra food. This food could be stored and traded for other things. This meant that not everyone needed to be a farmer. So some people could become teachers or potters or other tradesmen.
Thursday's Lesson Plan
People began to keep animals, so that they always had milk, leather, wool, and even fertilizer for their crops. They kept sheep, goats, cows, and pigs. The animals could also help with work, like ploughing fields.
Friday's Lesson Plan
Having enough food made it possible for people to create a lot of other things. Now that they lived in one place, they needed to build homes and markets and public areas. They created cities and societies.
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