Could you survive the hunger games? What about getting lost in the greenbelt? This camp will ignite your desire to explore the highest mountains and the deepest caves and it will prepare you to survive! Your camper will learn to navigate using GPS and paper map. They will learn wilderness survival skills like building a shelter without tools, filtering water without a filter, knot tying and basic wilderness medicine. We’ll spend some time everyday practicing the art of observation. They’ll learn ways to record the world around them through plant identification and sketching. The week will culminate with a survival competition. Each small group will get a set of circumstances and a backpack with minimal supplies. They must use what they’ve learned and work together to survive. This week will inspire your children to explore, while equipping them with skills and building confidence to face outdoor adventures. Students will take home a sketch pad and knot tying kit with cord. A snack and drink will be provided daily. Other information: Camp will take place outdoors across Campus, SOL room 114 if indoors. A little about the teacher: Cat Cude has a Bachelor and Master of Science degrees, Logic Science Teacher. She is a Wilderness First Responder and a life-long adventurer. She enjoys sharing her love of nature, adventuring skills and always aims to point others to God through exploration and discovery. You may contact her at email@example.com with any questions.