A backpack is a sack that is worn on the back and is used to carry things.
A cabin is a small, simple house.
You can take pictures with a camera.
You can travel and sleep in a camper.
A camp fire is a fire made during a campout; it is used to cook food and to warm up people in cold weather.
When people go camping, they go into an outdoor area and sleep in a tent, cabin or camper.
A candle is a stick of wax with a wick that can burn.
A canoe is a small boat.
A compass always points north.
East is a compass direction. East is opposite west.
A flashlight helps you find your way in the dark.
A forest is a large group of trees and underbrush where many animals live.
A kayak is a small boat with an opening in the center for a person.
A lake is a large body of water surrounded by land on all sides. Really huge lakes are often called seas.
A lantern is a device that gives off light.
A log is a short piece of a tree trunk.
A log cabin is a house made of logs.
A map shows the features of an area. You can find your way around by using a map.
A mountain is a very tall high, natural place on Earth - higher than a hill. The tallest mountain on Earth is Mt. Everest.
North is a compass direction. North is opposite south.
A sleeping bag is a fabric sack you can sleep in.
South is a compass direction. South is opposite from north.
A tent is a temporary shelter made of fabric.
A water bottle holds water.
West is a compass direction. West is opposite east.