Students in this course will gain a strong understanding of horsemanship through readings, hands on activities, and journaling. During this educationally rich science program, students will learn: how horses move, their anatomy, horse's jobs, horse's gaits, their wants and needs, proper care, horse history and art!
The journal resource is PACKED with interactive pages that will allow students to travel through horse and human history, document their results from various experiences, record what they've learned, complete breed of the week profiles, understand equestrian vocabulary and even some crafts!
This hands on and classroom oriented class is perfect for avid horse lovers to extend their equine knowledge.
Classroom time is 1 hour and 15 minutes.
CLASSROOM PORTION: $20 per class
(classes run in multi-week sessions)
SPRING SCHEDULE: Tuesdays 9:45-11:15 AM, Thursdays 10-11:30 AM or Thursdays 1:45-3:15 PM
Interested in riding lessons with the class?
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Click the links to read more about the structure of this program, class supply list, and each week's themes.