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Students explore nature by participating in an outdoor field trip. In this class camping lesson, students read several books about the outdoors including Dora's Camping Trip. Students participate in outdoor activities including singing songs, creating necklaces and cooking hot dogs.
Students select an animal to research that lives in the camp environment. Students spend time using books and the Internet to research their animals, including size and appearance. Students create a mural to depict the environment and complete it with plants o the area. Students go on an animal safari and create Native American crafts.
In this boy scout merit badge: camping worksheet, 8th graders research the topic with the websites listed, answer 10 detailed questions about first aid, menu planning, preparations, types of tents, packs and sleeping bags then perform specific tasks related to camping.
Learners explore environments by creating a travel brochure in class. In this graphic design students view the film Holes and discuss Camp Green Lake, the setting of the movie. Learners utilize word processing software to create a travel brochure about the fictional outdoor camp.
For this comprehension worksheet, students read the story Beany Goes to Camp chapters 1 - 5 and answer short answer, vocabulary matching, and multiple choice questions. Students complete 45 questions.
Sixth graders mark activity stations and locations of important buildings on a grid map of an outdoor education school. This is a practical application for the skill of graphing points in the four quadrants of the coordinate plane.
Students play together and learn together. In this early childhood lesson plan, students partake in the outdoor activities listed here in order to apply social skills they have learned and practice creative thinking.
Young scholars explore biology by participating in an environmental role-play activity. In this animal waste lesson, students identify the appropriate way to dispose of human and animal waste when staying outdoors. Young scholars conduct an outdoor role-playing activity in which they respect wildlife and safely dispose of their waste.
For this consumer math worksheet, students read about a scout group that is going camping and the prices of the camping gear they will need. They then answer 5 questions about the things the scout group purchases for the trip.
In this problem solving worksheet, students analyze a price list of camping equipment before solving 5 word problems about the information.
Students explore wildlife plants and summer activities. In this natural science instructional activity, students identify plants and animals and create a scrapbook of their findings.
In this reading worksheet, students show their comprehension after reading Chapter 1 of Beany Goes to Camp. Students match 6 vocabulary words with their definitions and answer 3 essay questions.
Learners read the book and watch the movie, Holes. They create a brochure (containing specific information) that advertises Camp Green Lake as a newly refurbished outdoor adventure camp. They display the brochures for the rest of the class to see.
In this word meanings in context worksheet, students read the passage about camping and think about the meanings of the words backpack, campfire, route, compass, waterproof, scenery, chore, and wilderness. Students then label the drawing with the correct vocabulary words and complete several vocabulary activities. Students finish by writing the vocabulary word on the line next to its meaning.
Take a calming walk through nature in this ELD lesson. With three Houghton-Mifflin stories ("Henry and Mudge and the Starry Night," "Exploring Parks with Ranger Dockett," "Around the Pond"), readers compare and contrast details, as well as separate fact from opinion. Differentiated instruction between Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced levels provides increasingly challenging reading and writing ELD standards.
Students develop lessons which they teach to younger students in a type of outdoor education camp.
Students can turn the block area into a travel agency. In this early childhood problem solving lesson, students use creative-thinking and language skills as they design a play environment.
Here are 14 games for you to bring to summer camp, a neighborhood gathering, or a birthday party!
Use this reading comprehension assessment to prepare for a state test, or to assess your students' reading. After reading a four-paragraph passage, young learners answer seven questions on literary devices, tone, and author's purpose. An answer key with thorough explanations of each answer is included.
Young scholars examine and differentiate between rural, urban, and suburban communities. They describe their local areas, view and discuss the images on the West Virginia Quarter, and write a friendly letter describing a camping trip.