About This Chapter
Horses for Elementary School - Chapter Summary
Help your students find out more about various breeds of horses by incorporating this chapter into your regular teaching program. Well-written and skillfully presented lessons cover the Quarter Horse and Appaloosa breeds, as well as pintos and palominos, in an interesting, engaging manner. A short quiz complements each lesson, and a test at the end of the chapter can help you gauge your students' overall understanding.
- Quarter Horses
- Palomino horses
- Pinto horses
- Appaloosa horses
Who It's For
Kids who need extra help with understanding horse breeds will benefit from the lessons in this chapter. There's no faster or easier way to learn about horses.
- Students who have fallen behind in understanding information about Quarter Horses
- Students who have learning disabilities or need a little extra help learning about what a palomino horse looks like
- Students who prefer multiple ways of learning about horses (visual or auditory)
- Students who have missed class and need to catch up
- Students who need an efficient and convenient way to learn about pinto horses
- Students who struggle to understand their science teachers
- Students who attend schools without extra science resources
How It Works
- Find lessons in the chapter that cover the horse topics your student needs to learn or review.
- Press play to watch the video lesson with your student or read through the text lesson.
- Review the lesson or video transcripts, emphasizing the highlighted vocab words to reinforce learning about horses.
- Test your student's understanding of each lesson with short quizzes.
- Verify your student understands different types of horse by completing the Horses for Elementary School chapter exam.
1. Pinto Horse Facts: Lesson for Kids
What do you know about pinto horses? Do you associate them with the Wild West? They are pretty amazing animals! Come and learn about the history and fun facts about the pinto horse in this lesson.
2. Quarter Horse Facts: Lesson for Kids
The American Quarter Horse was the first kind of horse originally from the United States. Come learn about this horse, how it got its name, what jobs it has, how big it is, and some other cool facts about it.
3. Palomino Horse Facts: Lesson for Kids
Palominos are considered to be one of the most beautiful horses. Their coat, tail, and mane have to be a certain color to be called a Palomino. Let's take a look at some interesting facts about Palomino horses.
4. Appaloosa Horse Facts: Lesson for Kids
Appaloosas are horses with spotted, colorful coats. This lesson will teach you about Appaloosas, where they came from, how big they are, how they got their name and some other cool facts about them.
5. Miniature Horse Facts: Lesson for Kids
If you like horses, you'll enjoy this lesson about miniature horses. Find out where they came from, what they look like, what they eat, and how they can work as service animals.
6. Clydesdale Horse Facts: Lesson for Kids
Clomp, clomp, clomp! Whose heavy feet are making that sound? That's a Clydesdale horse coming this way! In this lesson, you'll learn about what Clydesdale horses look like, what they eat, and how they interact with humans.
7. Arabian Horse Facts: Lesson for Kids
Climb on the back of a quick and smart Arabian horse. In this lesson, we will ride through this animal's history and explore the things that have made them one of the most popular horse breeds for more than 3,500 years.
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