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Тhe first innovative aspect is the project methodology. The new applied methodology will evoke social inclusion, lifelong learning and survival skills among the youngsters. Through the connection to place, students will develop stronger environmental attitudes and civic behaviours. This kind of learning experiences we will create the foundation of raising the next generation of active citizens who take care of their natural and human communities. In the same time, we will increase their motivation and outdoor participation trough creating challenges and games that will give educators new pointers for developing the new educational curricula.
Particularly, this handbook will contain activities, games and simulations in 30 different chapters, one chapter for each day of the month. The activities presented in the Handbook will be its core part on which other contents will be developed. The main focus will be to select and present different outdoor activity and games for each chapter, one chapter for each day. They will include different outdoor games, traditional movement games in nature as well as activities that are an essential part of being outdoor and are important for surviving in nature such as: orienting, moving in woods, picking a suitable place for camping, preparing the campfire, finding drinkable water, preparing food in nature etc.
The main focus will be on outdoor activities and games that should help young people to move, to be active, to have fun, explore and express themselves, connect with others and support the
overall outdoor learning experience.