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1 How do you feel? Tired? Energised? Hot? Out of breath? Happy? Warm? Strong? Aching? Fitter?

2 Walking

3 How does walking benefit my body? Discuss each of the pictures, what do each represent? What effect does walking effect that part of you?

4 My Rucksack! What things should I put in there when I go walking?

5 Footwear What should we wear walking?

6 What should I wear walking? Cold weather Warm hat Warm jumper/s Warm jogging bottoms Waterproof jacket Waterproof trousers Gloves Thick socks Walking boots/wellies Hot weather Shorts T shirt Sun hat Sun cream Thick socks Walking boots In all seasons we need to be prepared for changes in the weather!

7 A Cardinal Rose N = North S = South E = East W = West

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12 Distance/Time Workcard Metres to kilometres 1 metre = kilometre 1000 metres = 1 kilometre Metres to miles 1 metre = miles 2000 metres = 1.24 miles 1.When I measured my footstep I found ______________ of my footsteps = 1 metre 2. Therefore __________________ of my footsteps = 1 kilometre (footsteps x 1000) 3. On my walk I found that 100 footsteps took me __________________ minutes 4. Therefore to walk 1 kilometre it should take me (10 x ____________________ minutes (3) 5. My total walk was ______________ kilometres and I did it in _____________minutes

13 Distance/Time Workcard Metres to kilometres 1 metre = kilometre 1000 metres = 1 kilometre Metres to miles 1 metre = miles 2000 metres = 1.24 miles 1.When I measured my footstep I found ______________ of my footsteps = 1 metre 2. Therefore __________________ of my footsteps = 1 kilometre (footsteps x 1000) 3. On my walk I found that 100 footsteps took me __________________ minutes 4. Therefore to walk 1 kilometre it should take me (10 x ____________________ minutes (3) 5. My total walk was ______________ kilometres and I did it in _____________minutes

14 Planning a Walking route Start Describe what you see Finish Describe what you see

15 Planning a Walking route Start Outside Head Teachers Window Describe what you see A tall green tree and a bench 1 On the top of the banking at the side of the school Describe what you see We are looking down to the side of the school where the canteen is 2 At the end of the pathway by the playground Describe what you see The netball markings on the playground 3 The car park where the teachers park their cars Describe what you see A lot of cars! Finish The grassy area under the tree Describe what you see A bushy green tree and a field of grass. The school is ihn front of us.

16 Shelters!

17 Questions to ask yourself A running river Is this water clean? Is this water safe to drink? How can I make it safer? Can I wash in this water? Can I use this water for washing food and cooking? Shaded area Are these trees safe? How windy is it? Is anything likely to fall on me? Can the trees provide me shelter from the wind and rain or sun? Rocky Area Is this area safe? Are any of the rocks unstable and likely to fall on me from above or roll down a hill? Is the ground rocky? Are there any smooth parts to camp on? Will I be able to fix my text/shelter to the ground? Will the rocks provide me with shelter from wind/rain or sun? Animals Are these animals safe? Are they wild? Should I approach the animals? Are the animals free to roam where I want to camp? Are they likely to harm me? Am I in a farmers field and trespassing on private property? Gates and pathways Am I blocking a pathway or gate if I set up camp here? Is the gate/path used a lot? By whom? Am I too close to a gate/path that I will get disturbed through the night? Direction of the wind Which direction is the wind blowing? How strong is the wind? Can anything provide me with shelter from the wind? How can I secure my tent/shelter so that it wont blow away? Ground surface What sort of surface am I camping on? Is it soft/hard? Will it sink or slide? Is the area flat? Is the area reasonable clean and free from obstructions?

18 A clean running river

19 Shaded Area

20 Rocky Area

21 Animals

22 Gates and Pathways

23 Direction of the Wind

24 The Ground Surface


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