Forest School Adventure - Outdoor Skills and Play for Children

A practical how to for Forest School Leaders, cub leaders, friends and family and more.

Learn how to light a fire without matches, build a shelter to sleep in, cook on a fire, hunt for bugs and much more. From essential bushcraft basics and Stone Age survival skills to joyful outdoor play, this book is packed with ideas to bring your little ones closer to nature and all its magical offerings.

Dan Westall and Naomi Walmsley run Outback2Basics from their patch of woodland in the UK. Specializing in bushcraft and Stone Age skills, they provide unique experiences for school children and teachers to connect to nature. Dan has been a bushcraft teacher for many years and has also acted as a medic and survial consultant on various TV shows. Naomi is a qualified bushcraft instructor and Forest School Leader and believes that every child should be able to safely light a fire and have at least ten uses for a stick by the age of ten. Together, they undertook a five-month Stone Age immersion experience in the US, living in the wilderness without any modern equipment, profoundly influencing their lives and teaching. Find out more at www.outback2basics.co.uk.

Clear photographs lead you through four sections,

Nature Awareness
Bushcraft
Wild Food
Games

175 pages

Written by Naomi and Dan Walmsley


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