Science & Nature
Exploring Breeds- The American Quarter Horse
Learn what makes The American Quarter Horse unique!
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This class will explore the American Quarter Horse using discussions, short video clips and pictures. Students will be given a handout and and we will play an interactive game to help retain the material covered. At the end of class students will be given additional links and resources to continue learning more if they wish.
Student will explore the traits and characteristics of the American Quarter Horse. Topics will include: the basic history of the breed, physical attributes and challenges, personality traits and most common uses,
My forty-one years of experience with horses includes over 30 years giving riding lessons, running summer horse camp programs, coaching 4-H and Pony Club groups and coaching at horse shows. My goal is to introduce students to the subject and give them the resources the need to retain and expand on that knowledge.
While there will be no homework, optional additional activities such as word searches, matching games or links will be given.
All material will be provided.
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No grades will be given for this class.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Angela FowlerLet's Learn to Love Learning
251 total reviews
213 completed classes
Hello. My name is Angela Fowler. I live in the mountains of North Carolina where I enjoy hiking, reading, playing with my dogs, and riding my horses. After obtaining a BS in Animal Science from Texas A&M, I spent thirty-three years teaching...