Here is a list of the contents (and what you can use them for):
Sling Shot ("hunting" small game for eating, a little bit of protection)
Safety Pins (repair or holding things together)
Fish Hooks (fishing or repair - make shift sewing implements)
Ground Sheet (emergency shelter, poncho, ground cover to sleep on)
Flint & Steel (fire making)
Snare Wire (for catching small game, emergency "rope")
Fishing line (wrapped on a bobbin from a sewing machine)
Pencil & Tape (with the tape wrapped around the end of the pencil)
Loaf Pan (for everything to fit into)
Bandana (to wrap and carry the loaf pan in)
As you can see, you probably want to learn some skills before you absolutely HAVE to rely on something like this.
Here are a couple links that you might enjoy:
Knife Safety Discussion
My post with a pile of "scouting" links. All broken down into areas of study.
What is your favorite thing to do for survival preparing? I would love to know how your family is preparing yourself in survival. Have fun!
Jaime loves to prepare. Survival and outdoor skills are her families favorite because this means camping and hiking and other fun things you can do outdoors! Join in on the madness at her family blog at Welcome to the Madness.