The Ultimate Horse Lover’s Bundle is full of resources for your young horse enthusiast. The Learning About Horses Coloring Book is an 84-page coloring book with copywork and includes information about horses, their care and uses, 22 different breeds,and much more. The bundle also includes vocabulary practice and copywork with HorsesTerminology and Horse Anatomy Terminology. The Breeds of Horses Notebooking Journal gives students a chance to explore 35 breeds of horses and record key information about each one. There’s also Handwriting Practice with Horses as well as Draw & Explore: Breeds of Horses with guided drawing of your student’s favorite animal. See a preview of each title at the links below.
Handwriting Practice with Horses: Your children can have fun practicing their handwriting skills with these 10 horse-themed sentences. Each sentence includes 2 keywords for them to practice writing and space for them to both trace and independently write each word, for a total of 20 keywords practiced throughout the book. At the end of the book are 27 bonus horse-related words they can trace and write. This is a great way to add some handwriting practice to your day and encourage reluctant writers. 20 total pages. Available in print and cursive handwriting versions. Ages 5-10.
Draw and Explore Science: Breeds of Horses: The Draw and Explore Science series is a great way to combine art and science. A short description of ten different breeds of horses is given. Each is followed by a related image on a grid. Next, students can do one or all of the assignments that follow. They can draw half of the image in a grid that shows the left half of the picture, half of the image in a grid that shows the right half of the picture, or the entire image on an empty grid. This makes the unit completely flexible for both left-handed and right-handed students. Ten review questions and an answer key are also included. Breeds studied include American Bashkir Curly, American paint, Andalusian, Arabian, Gypsy Vanner, quarter, Shetland pony, Shire, Thoroughbred, and Welsh pony. 31 pages total. Ages 8-13.
Horses Terminology & Copywork: Help students learn terminology about horses with this copywork. Students copy 20 keywords and their definitions. Each copywork page also includes a border with geometric patterns that students can color and use to design patterns if they wish. Keywords covered are bald face, blaze, bronco, colt, crossbred, filly, foal, gait, hand, mare, pony, purebred, race, snip, stallion, star, stocking, thoroughbred, withers, and yearling. Twenty-five pages total. Available in print and cursive handwriting versions. Ages 8-13.
Breeds of Horses Notebooking Journal: With the Breeds of Horses Notebooking Journal, students have a chance to explore 35 breeds of horses and record key information such as its average size, color, typical care needed, country the breed originated in, and years/time period the breed originated in. They can also draw or cut and paste a picture of the breed from a magazine or resource. A blank page is included in case your student’s favorite breed isn’t listed. 39 pages total.
Learning About Horses Coloring Book: Get ready to learn about horses with the Learning About Horses Coloring Book! Your students can enjoy 84 coloring pages with large, traceable copywork and learn about horses, their care, and their many uses. It includes information about horses and animals that are related to them such as the donkey, mule, and zebra; horse colorings and markings; information about 22 different horse breeds from around the world; tools needed for a horse’s care; types of riding gear; ways horses are enjoyed today and have been used in the past; and more! This is the perfect coloring book for all horse lovers! 87 pages total. Two levels are available, Level B (included in print bundle) and Level C (included in cursive bundle).
Horse Anatomy Terminology & Copywork: Help students learn the terminology of horses and their anatomy with this copywork. Students copy 24 keywords and their definitions. Each copywork page also includes a border with geometric patterns that students can color and use to design patterns if they wish. The parts of a horse that are covered include the back, barrel, cannon, chestnut, chin groove, coronet, crest, croup, dock, fetlock, forearm, forehead, gaskin, hock, knee, loin, muzzle, pastern, poll, shoulder, stifle, tail, throat latch, and withers. A labeled diagram showing all the parts is also included. Thirty pages total. Available in print and cursive handwriting versions.