Outdoor skills education teaching curriculum
The WI DNR is proud to offer, at no cost to educators or schools, an outdoor skills education teaching curriculum called Explore Bowhunting and Explore Bowfishing. These 23 peice curriculums teach the basic skills needed to try bowhunting and bowfishing and learn about the outdoors. Through the WDNR you will recive the teaching curriculum books which includes the general study guide, and track identification chart, an equipment indentification booklet, and much more. You will also have access to the curriculum teacher trunk which contains supplies needed to go along with the teaching booklet. Items like game cameras, game calls, camoflauge, range finder and a game called "The Whites Tail" which is based on the 4 seasons in a deers life.
The Explore Bowfishing component is the same with the addition of bowfishing gear and tools to teach kids about bowfishing. Things like identifying various fish, how water effects the trajectory of an arrow, equipment identification and much more.
With this curriculum you can teach your students about the outdoors either in the classroom or outside, or both.
All materials, teaching supplies and equipment are provided through the WDNR. All that is required is a basic archery instructor certification which can also be earned through the WDNR.