So much more than a field trip!
Outdoor Education curriculum units are designed to assist teachers and students throughout the school year with opportunities to extend the classroom learning environment to include the natural world at Camp El Tesoro. Unit lessons support the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), define measurable objectives, and provide dynamic hands-on activities that can be done outdoors. These quality lessons offer unique experiences that enrich the learning of students as they discover, observe and record their outdoor adventures at El Tesoro.
Standards-Based Curriculum Units include:
• Collecting Fossils
• Birds Watching at El Tesoro
• Trees ID!
• Habitats and Tracks
• Finding My Way - Compass
• Finding My Way - Maps
• Finding My Way - GPS
Adventure Units include:
• Compass & geocaching
• Initiative games
• Team building
• Nature scavenger hunts
• High and low ropes challenge course
Our natural setting offers the perfect place for your students to explore the wonder of the outdoors. El Tesoro is an expansive 223-acre facility located in Granbury on the de Cordova Bend of the Brazos River where it meets Fall Creek.
Students will participate in active, hands-on activities that bring science to life. Camp El Tesoro is a true experiential “laboratory” for outdoor education that allows students to see past the classroom walls and gain a greater appreciation of the natural world.
One Day! Two Days! Three!
Plan a custom program that fits the needs of your students, including rustic accommodations, great food and well-trained staff. We can even bring the first part of the program to your classroom.
Typical Program Fees
3 days, 6 meals $155
2 days, 3 meals $95
1 day, no meals $30
All programs include student journals, t-shirts and
a teacher’s curriculum guide.
Call today to plan your students’ adventure!