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Outdoor Adventures
Kayaks full of kids lined up on the shoreline

What is the Outdoor Adventures Course in Schools?
Outdoor Adventures is a fun and exciting co-ed physical education course, local elective, or Ag Science wildlife management class. Students are taught life-long skills by using an integrated curriculum of science, math, writing, critical thinking, and computer technology. This innovative curriculum is through the Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation with support from AGFC.

Outdoor Activities Include

  • Fishing
  • Archery
  • Boater Education
  • Hunter Education
  • Orienteering
  • Survival Skills
  • First Aid/CPR 
  • Trip Planning
  • Tackle Crafts
  • Hiking
  • Backpacking
  • Camping
  • Outdoor Cooking
  • Wildlife Conservation

Outdoor Adventures

How can I get this course in my school?
The Outdoor Adventures curriculum order form is available under the education tab at There is a one-time fee for the curriculum.

Outdoor Adventures curriculum is aligned to the national standards NPE K-12, 1-7

The curriculum includes:

  1. Complete scope and sequence
  2. Course syllabus
  3. Complete daily lesson plans for 36 weeks.
  4. Many lessons incorporate STEM, cross-curricular opportunities, writing, community projects and standardized test applications.

To learn more about the course contact:

Scot McClure
OTF Outdoor Adventures Coordinator
972-504-9008 (office) or 469-805-2390 (cell)

The Outdoor Adventures teacher training is done through the Education Division of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. For information on trainings, contact:

Sheila Connerly
AGFC Program Coordinator