One of the activities that helps to define the transition from human ancestors to humans is the creation of tools to assist in hunting and daily life. Early tools were probably made of wood, and no longer exist, but those created from bone, antler, stone, or flint have been found in many locations and from many different periods.
Identifying Flint Artifacts
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] An interactive program for classifying prehistoric tools and fragments. Describes how each tool was used by the prehistoric people of North America.
Tools from the Stone Age
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] Features illustrated articles on making flint tools, musical instruments, spear throwing and decorative objects.
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