Overview

Okay admit it! Kids and even parents today can’t seem to “disconnect” from their cell phones long often enough to make time for meaningful face-to-face connections with family and friends.

So what’s the solution? One innovative teacher created a summer-school homework assignment that required two “cell phone-addicted” students to make it their “mission to go fishin”. As you watch the video, try to identify a handful of key elements that can make real family fishing adventures happen. And if you’re a student of R3, see where recruitment, retention, and reactivation come into play.

Besides enjoying the action in this video, kids and teachers can share the education that’s part of almost every fishing adventure by watching the companion classroom videos and lesson activities with the links below. They’re free, fun and an easy to download for engaging peer-driven classroom learning… complete with hands-on sections for getting kids and families fishing.

Fishin’ For Food and Fun comes with complete educational content about how to clean and cook your catch and was  provided by our friends at the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

 

 

 

 

Fishing YOUR US Forests is your educational “passport to angling adventure”. This classroom video has tons of companion lesson activities and resources on how to plan a family fishing adventure on YOUR National Forests. To help plan your next National Forest adventure, click on the logo here.For all kinds of helpful information and resources on how kids can learn where-to and how-to go fishing, explore our companion KidsFishing.US website. You’ll also find lots of fun educational resources for classroom or lakeside learning. Plus, be sure to check out all the helpful resources on TakeMeFishing.org.

 

Official Boater Safety Coursesand Boat Safety Education Materials

Recognized by the U.S. Coast Guard, approved by NASBLA and your state boating license agency, and approved by Transport Canada

https://www.boat-ed.com/

Available Lessons

Middle School Lessons