Horse Anatomy, Movement, Care and Behavior for Grades 3 – 7
Spend a year learning oodles about horses: how horses move, and all about their anatomy, a horse’s gaits and the work horses do, their wants and needs, and how to care for them. Along the way, you’ll learn a little on how the horse has been a part of history, try all sorts of activities, and draw horses as well, to help you really remember what you are learning.
This program features an easy-to-follow guide, several wonderful books, and a comprehensive journaling resource that will have the student learning and doing throughout the year. The journaling resource offers over 300 interactive pages in which to travel through horse and human history, record what students have learned in interactive pages, write out results of experiences or experiments, complete breed profile pages, collect equine information, draw horses, and record the great things they see and do as part of this program. This notebook is high-quality and features wonderful illustrations!
The study itself counts as a full science credit for a year, and this program is jam-packed with great information. The journaling resource includes scientific information, of course, but also includes art appreciation and art projects, timeline, and geography work. Plus, if you’d like to expand the study beyond science, the guide includes literature and writing suggestions, and help with adding more history beyond what’s already in the program!
And, of course, it’s all part of a program that features WinterPromise’s signature “do-ability”! Whether you have access to a horse or not, there’s a lot of learning with this fantastic program! The only consumable is #SCIHORSE-301.
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