Nature-Based Homeschool Curriculum: Survival Skills Lesson Plans Program Update

RWE, led by Krista Davis, introduces the Fall program of its popular nature study and survival skills homeschool curriculum series. The two-year curriculum provides children with essential outdoor skills, including how to track wild rabbit trails, keep a nature journal, and capture beautiful nature photography.

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The new Fall update is part of the complete 2-year curriculum offered at RWE. Parents who enroll their children into REW can expect 1 nature subject a month, organized by seasons, and 1 survival skill every month for 2 years. Children may also opt to add or remove subjects based on their interests and needs. This makes RWE a completely customizable program to nurture a child’s love for nature and foster better survival skills.

Davis explains that the RWE program may also be expanded to become a 4 or 6-year curriculum as desired. Each RWE lesson contains nature jokes and interesting facts, hands-on experiments using household materials, blueprints for monthly handmade items, and access to related videos and websites specific to each lesson. Further details can be found at

For the new Fall update, children will be taught specific lessons related to the season, such as learning about the Autumn Equinox, Harvest Moon, and different birds that begin to become more active like robins and woodpeckers, among other things. They will also learn more about the night sky and the different phases of the moon.

Parents may request a complimentary full lesson to see whether the program is suitable for their children.

Buttons are awarded to each student with each progressive study and discovery.

Davis writes, “Running Wild Explorers came out of a desire to mix nature study and survival skills into one curriculum. We’ve always enjoyed our nature study curriculums but found we were lacking in our knowledge of outdoor survival skills. So, I decided to do something about it. I began researching and developing this curriculum for our family and others like you that might be searching for the same thing.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting

Running Wild Explorers

108 South Main Street #1018

United States

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