Survival Unit: Lesson Three
This is LESSON THREE of a continuing unit. This resource is for teaching Survival to early elementary students. This unit enhances skills such as resilience, perseverance, self-confidence, quick thinking and important life experience. It can be adapted for higher grades, the ideas and concepts are transferable!
Whether you are looking for a year long unit for Career and Technical Education, incorporating Outdoor Education into your classroom, or you’re just passionate about teaching real-life skills, this unit is a versatile and FUN way to meet the curriculum and build a close-knit classroom community!
Lesson Three: Muster Point! What it means, when to use one and why it is important! With Urban and Wilderness connections!
***Remember, you are setting your students up with skills that will last a lifetime and possibly save their lives.
These lessons are meant to be slow-paced, thorough and have a fair bit of re-cap. It is through these re-caps and practice activities that these messages and skills will stick and hopefully, become ingrained!***
A complete 40-50 minute lesson plan with fun movement activity, an at-home connection worksheet and an ASSESSMENT TOOL!
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Check out my FREEGear Checklist resource for a child-led guide to be prepared for outdoor learning!
Curriculum Connections: British Columbia, CA
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