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Take a nature walk and collect items of interest:
a feather, and discover what bird it is from
a rock, and learn what type it is
a seed, and identify the plant it comes from
Recite the golden rules for hiking:
Never cut trees
Never pull up live plants
Do not remove any type of markers
Stay off “No Trespassing” property
Ask permission before walking on private property
Explain what side of the road to walk on and why.
Walk half a mile to a picnic area. Carry and eat your own lunch.
== Walk one mile and find nature items for each letter of the alphabet, such as: A = acorn; B = butterfly; C = cattail; D = duck; etc. ==
Take two walks of at least two miles each and talk about what you see. Tell what day of the week each item was created on.
Recite five safety rules for walking:
Always walk with at least one partner
Carry water when going for a walk
Wear comfortable walking shoes
Wear proper clothing
Watch where you walk so you won’t become lost