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Teach Your Children Wilderness Survival

survival-mom-button-videoCall your kids over to watch this well-made, interesting video on wilderness survival for kids. They’ll love it! Check out more from this company at their website, Shiloh Productions .

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(2) Readers Comments

  1. interesting points were made. I liked it! I will be sharing this with my DD and her kids.

  2. I'm always surprised when I meet people who don't know the survival basics, because most of that is something I learned as a kid. Adults who don't know how to build a campfire, even with matches available, just confuse me. It's like not knowing how to walk. But if you don't teach your kids they probably won't know. A lot of what I thought I knew came from movies and wasn't right. The Army straightened me out on some of that, but the rest I learned later on. It's not something just for kids, families and individuals should do it too. Takes more than reading a book or watching a video, you have to get out and try these things.

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