Science & Nature
Basic Horse Anatomy and Common Horse Terminology (8-12)
Come and learn many external parts of the horse and other common terms used to describe types of horses such as mare, gelding, stallion, colt, and more!
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In this class, you will learn common external parts of the horse. We will locate the parts of the body and learn easy ways to remember them. In this slide show type class learners will also learn the common terms and definitions for identifying a mare, gelding, stallion, colt, and more. This class is for learners interested in horses and who would like to know the common terms used by professionals. Whether you have a horse or wish you had a horse knowing the common terminology will help...
Students will start to be familiar with basic external horse anatomy. They should start to understand common terms used to describe horses such as mare, gelding, stallion, colt, and more.
I hold a Bachelor of Science Degree and I have been working in the horse industry for almost 20 years.
1 file available upon enrollmentWorksheets will be available to print and can be filled in during class as time allows. The answer keys are given so the worksheets can be finished correctly after class. If you do not have a model horse, stuffed horse, or your own picture of a horse, please print the worksheet with the horse on it to use during class.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Please be aware that some students may have questions as it relates to how to tell the difference between males and females using sex anatomy. The word castration will be used as it is necessary to describe types of male horses. I will refer to correct terminology as it relates to horses in a serious professional manner. Please feel free to ask me questions about this prior to class.
TEFL Certified teacher who loves animals.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
28 total reviews
86 completed classes
Welcome Parents and Learners Hi, my name is Angila. I have a Bachelor of Science Degree and a 120 hour TEFL certificate. For almost 3 years I have enjoyed teaching English online to children. I love animals, especially horses. I have been...