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Students discuss what they like about parks and make a list of different things they like to do there such as swing, run, play ball, ride a bike, or go on a hike. They discover the locations of some examples of National Parks and that they are places to enjoy the outdoor activities.
Young scholars practice problem solving skills. In this early childhood education instructional activity, students foster the ability to use creative and critical thinking to turn obstacles into bridges to greater learning as they complete various activities and discuss them.
Students investigate Earth science by collaborating in group projects. In this weather prediction lesson, students record data of their local weather over the course of a week and create graphs and charts to share their information. Students work with classmates to create weather prediction charts and include details such as what activities people can enjoy or what clothes to wear.
Students explore lifetime activities to insure a healthy lifestyle. In this healthy lifestyle lesson, students work in groups and to complete activities. Students time the activities and visit a website to analyze the calories that burned. Students write a paragraph about the activity, make a list of outdoor activities, and sports they can play in the future, and make a bar chart from the calorie information.
Students plan an event to promote outdoor activities at the school and in the community. In this outdoor recreation lesson, students view an episode of "Arizona Wildlife Views" and answer comprehension questions. They work in groups to plan a major event that will promote outdoor activities at their school and in their community.
Students participate in various outdoor activities to teach them about the environment. In this outdoor education lesson plan, students participate in activities such as compass direction, conservation, forestry, wildlife, and navigation. Students work together to explore nature in these activities.