Outdoor Adventure Skills Fire
Outdoor Adventure Skills Fire Laying and Lighting
|Scoutcraft Skills||Camping Skills|
|1.7 I can gather dry burnable wood for a fire.||1.1 I can collect small sticks for a campfire.|
|2.6 I have helped light a fire using only natural fire starter materials found in the forest, and I know the safety rules …|| 2.12 I behave safely around fires at camp. |
2.13 I can identify and explain the elements of the fire triangle.
| 3.9 I can lay and start a fire with only matches and materials found in the forest.
3.4 I have boiled water over a campfire and know the safety precautions around fires & hot pots.
| 3.12 I can make a hot drink on a campfire at camp. |
3.13 I can clean up a fire area after camp.
|4.9 I can quickly (under five minutes) build an emergency warming fire for a group of three persons without using tools (only matches).||4.11 I can demonstrate safe practices around fires and cooking equipment to minimize the risk of burns, scalds and other injuries.|
|5.8 I have laid and lit a teepee fire, pyramid fire, star fire and reflector fire.||5.15 I can light, maintain and use a fire to cook a balanced meal at camp.|
|6.8 I can light a fire using only mechanical means (flint and steel, ferrocerium striker or friction-i.e. bow and drill).|
|7.5 I have made newspapers fire logs and/or bricks, sufficient to have a three-hour warming fire indoors in a stove or fireplace or outside with a campfire.|
|8.8 Using only natural materials, I can light and maintain a fire in falling rain or falling snow conditions.|
|9.7 I have built and used a Leave No Trace warming fire for 10 persons for three hours.|
See also Outdoor Skills - Fire Starting