Community Development Team building activities focus on group dynamics and the individual's role in the group. Interpersonal skills are highlighted, including communication, leadership, support, trust, and push personal limits.
High Ropes Students are encouraged to challenge themselves to reach new heights by scaling high ropes initiatives supported by their teammates. In most cases climbers are held safe on the rope by their own teammates. Challenge Course
Primitive Living Skills Students learn a variety of skills including fire making, archery, tomahawk throwing, and shelter building.
Interpretive Nature Curriculum Students are led on an interpretive nature hike along wilderness trails and creek systems. They learn about wild edibles and medicinal plants, how animals move and hunt, and the importance of preserving earth's natural resources.
Native American Crafts Students are shown how to make various crafts, including bags, dream catchers, arrows and drums.
Astronomy A local astronomer gives students a systems perspective of the night sky, followed by an opportunity to discover constellations and planets by examining the night sky by telescope.
Night Hikes/Sensory Awareness Students experience the thrill of hiking at night and are given the opportunity to explore the different sensory experience of nighttime sights, sounds and smells.
Campfire Skits Groups are guided through the process of coming up with a skit, preparing, practicing, then performing before the larger group at the final night's campfire.
We can put an Outdoor Education Program together, factoring in the timing and curriculum, to best fit the needs of your school or organization.
Highlights of Program
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