Haliburton Forest has 80,000 acres of sustainably managed forest just waiting for your students to come experience and explore. Join one or many of our skilled facilitation staff to learn different ways to navigate through the world by using: maps, compasses, and/or GPS units. Have your students learn through experiencing the materials with our interesting lessons, fun orienteering courses, and even geo-cashing. Students may experience navigation by hiking, biking, or canoeing; the choice is yours! Each of these experiences teaches your students different ways to navigate the land and water. Your students will leave Haliburton Forest more comfortable and skillful in many different avenues of navigation.
Please contact our facilitation staff for pricing information and inquires at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Expectations for Grade 9
Geography: Academic and Applied
Methods of Geographic Inquiry and Communication
SE.IA4 – use different types of maps to interpret geographic relationships, including changes over time in a specific location