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First Grade Super Science- Semester (Grade 1- All Year With Ms. Kristy)
Science & Nature
Highly academic class where students will be able to relate horse bones to human bones. Learners probably won't memorize all the parts, but they will get a deeper understanding of how the parts work and connect.
13 total reviews for this teacher
13 reviews for this class
Completed by 29 learners
There are no upcoming classes.
learners per class
How does a "One-Time" class work?
Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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This class utilizes video of a real horse, question/answer, and lots of custom diagrams and pictures. Students are not expected to memorize all the parts, but will gain deeper understanding of how the skeletal structure works. They may even gain awareness of the human body as we make comparisons between the horse and human skeletons! This class can accommodate a range of learners as none of them are expected to master all the material- this is just an eye opening quick taste of very deep...
Did you know horses do not have a collar bone? Students will learn things like... the horse's front legs attach to the body through soft tissue only (not through bone), the horse's hock is structurally like our heel, the horse's front knees have the same bones as our wrist, and the saddle should not be placed over the lumbar vertebrae because it would have no ribs underneath to support it. We also go over the external parts shown on most 'horse anatomy diagrams'- like the poll, withers, croup, stifle, hock, hoof, and frog (yes, frog).
I was that horse obsessed kid in school... and I kinda still am. But now I am a professional horse trainer and riding instructor, and a life long learner. I am passionate about both horses and education, and I can't wait to connect with your little learners and horse crazy kids.
No required homework, but I will leave links in the classroom for avid learners that want to dive deep and really master the information. I will ask students to take written notes, and to post a picture of their notes in the comments.
1 file available upon enrollmentPaper and pencil! Nothing beats taking notes by hand.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
- YouTube (my video)
- Google Slides
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Danee RudyHorse trainer and Riding Instructor
13 total reviews
10 completed classes
Howdy! I love teaching Horsemanship. I have students of all ages and riding levels. We do a little of everything- jumping, Dressage, trail obstacles, tricks, working cows, breeding, equine management, and more. I earned my bronze and silver medals...