Teaching Survival to Kids

Teaching shouldn’t stop at the school bus or even with manners.  Teaching kids how to “survive” out in the woods can be a great way to bond with your child and give them skills that can last a life time.  You never know….  Your child might not excel at Math and Reading, but they might excel at learning in a non-classroom environment outside in nature.  You just might have the next Dave Canterbury living under your roof.

Take a moment to check out the guys over at Sigma 3 Survival and the post on Survival Training for Kids.

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Todd Sepulveda

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