The Mountain Lion can explain why a knife is a tool, not a toy.
PART 1: Where can I carry a knife?
He can adequately explain where and when it is appropriate to carry a knife.
PART 2: How do I use a knife?
He can establish and demonstrate the Safety Circle.
He demonstrates the proper passing and receiving of an open knife.
He has mastered safely opening and closing a folding knife.
He has demonstrated proficiency cutting with his knife in a safe manner.
PART 3: How do I care for my knife?
He can explain why a dull knife is a dangerous knife.
He has demonstrated how to sharpen a knife with a sharpening stone.
He has demonstrated oiling his blade.
He has demonstrated cleaning and drying his knife after use.
He can relay the importance of safely storing his knife.
PART 1: Where can I start a Fire?
The Mountain Lion can adequately explain where and when it is appropriate to start a fire.
He can define the Safety Circle regarding campfires
He can identify potential dangers near a campfire area.
He knows the Tread Lightly rules that pertain to campfires.
He knows the required safety tools needed at a campfire.
PART 2: Where and How to Dig a Campfire Pit
He can correctly name the steps to build a safe campfire pit.
PART 3: How to Build a Campfire
He knows the three types of fuel for a campfire and in what order they are layered.
PART 4: How to Start a Campfire
He knows how to safely light a match or handle a lighter.
He has safely built a fire using the three types of fuel.
He knows why fires should not be left unattended.
He knows to keep items besides fuel out of the fire.
PART 5: Putting Out a Campfire
He has safely helped extinguish a fire.
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