This activity poses twelve situations that someone lost in a wilderness might encounter--snakes, bears, an early snow, and other potentially life-threatening scenarios. Your team members make individual, then group decisions about how to survive each situation. These decisions are then compared with those provided by expert naturalists. Your team will quickly see how they fared in making decisions together.
The Leader's Manual offers complete instructions for facilitating this simple activity, answers and rationale, plus discussion material.
Timing: 1-1/2 hours
Audience: Work teams--4 to 9 team members may participate at one time--several groups may be directed simultaneously