Sean Nielsen

Kindergarteners and Grade Schoolers in Alaska Learn How to Butcher a Moose


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They teach kindergarteners in Alaska how to butcher a moose?

Indeed, as these pictures from Gustavus, Alaska, prove. Check out how these curious youngsters learn how to butcher a moose.

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Here in the lower 48 states, students are being suspended for making gun shapes with their fingers and with food at lunch. These students in Alaska including kindergarteners learn how to butcher moose with real knives.

In Alaska, much of your food comes from the surrounding wilderness. The coveted moose is the steer of the bush. Butchering one of these well meated beasts allows survival for the whole family in the cold Alaskan winters.

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With these skills, the students will have survival knowledge for the harshness of wilderness living unrivaled by any other education program.

Ask yourself what students are better prepared for the world around them? Is it these students that know at an early age how to butcher large game in an adult like manner? Or is it the teenagers in the lower 48 states chasing imaginary Pokemon beasts around while wearing their pajamas? You be the judge.

Special thanks goes out to Sean Neilson on Facebook for sharing this incredible look into the lives of kindergarteners and other students learning how to properly butcher a moose.

Now, those are incredible life skills these students will remember for a lifetime.

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