Haliburton Forest has an abundance of natural features and group amenities offered to your grade 10 students. Our staff can design a program using curriculum materials in many areas, especially the following: health and physical education, art, and science. Your students may participate in some of these different activities: learning about forest ecosystems, environmental art, environmental solitudes, and aquatic ecosystems, or participating in archery, backpacking, camping, canoeing, cross-country skiing, dogsledding, mountain biking, snowshoeing, swimming, rock climbing, rappelling, canopy tours, tree climbing, communications workshops, team building and group initiatives, low-ropes and high-ropes challenge courses, and campfires. We can also provide experiences outside of the grade 10 curriculum, like: learning about the night sky with our astronomy program, visiting the Wolf Center, and a night-time wolf howl. Haliburton Forest is an amazing place for grade 10 students to explore the classroom curriculum in an outside atmosphere while developing team work and individual confidences.
Curriculum expectations are provided for each of the activity areas that are specific to your grade 10 students. Viewing these expectations can help design single day or multiple day adventures for your students. Please contact our experienced and confident staff about programming options that are perfect for your students at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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