This magazine style book gives a wonderful introduction to maps, map reading, and orienteering for students aged 6 to 15. It includes numerous exercises for teachers to use with students in the gym and in the schoolyard.
School Orienteering is a comprehensive 225 page book written by a teacher, for teachers. It is all about developing orienteering activities for students in both primary and secondary schools. Author Frances Stone was a member of the British Orienteering Team, and has been instrumental in developing orienteering in the school system in the UK. The book includes lesson plans and activities for different ages and orienteering levels.
From the Publishers: Discovering Orienteering: Skills, Techniques, and Activities offers a systematic approach to learning, teaching, and coaching orienteering. Readers learn a handful of easy-to-remember skills, techniques, and processes that are reinforced through more than 60 ready-to-use activities. Presented in a lesson plan format, these activities assist educators in applying the benefits of orienteering across the curriculum.
A 50 page book with lots of diagrams, full of games and instruction for teachers for pre-school, elementary and secondary school students. Originally published in 1996, it was updated and reprinted in 2011.
126 pages full of pictures, maps and good reading. This book, published in 2010, includes an introduction to orienteering, basic and advanced skills and techniques, orienteering tactics, preparation for a race, performance analysis, creating a training plan, and more.