Science & Nature
Meet My Horse and Mule! Can You Spot the Differences?
What characteristics distinguish a horse from a mule? Are horses or mules stronger? How long do mules live? These questions and more will be addressed at the corral where we will meet my horse Little Red and my mule Ruthie!
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We are very familiar with horses and often see them on television shows, but have you heard about mules? Mules are kind, steady, and careful animals. Because of this, they are often the animal of choice when visitors ride into the Grand Canyon National Park! Before we head to the corral and meet the animals, we will discuss some interesting facts about horses and mules! At the corral, my horse Little Red and my mule Ruthie will join us and help us spot some of the differences between horses...
Students will learn about the differences between horses and mules. We will discuss some of the common traits for each animal and how each animal was historically utilized on a farm. As we meet Little Red and Ruthie, I will discuss with the students about how to safely interact with horses and mules and how to interpret their body language.
I have been riding and caring for horses and mules for the past 16 years. One of my favorite activities is to saddle up my horse or mule and explore nature through trail riding. I look forward to sharing the interesting world of horses and mules with your learner!
1 file available upon enrollment- I will provide three coloring/information sheets related to horses and mules. If you are able, please print this handout before class. - pen, pencil, crayons, or markers (Optional) If your learner wants to do so, they are invited to bring a horse themed toy with them to class!
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35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Rachael WM.S. Mathematics, Experienced Math Teacher and Tutor
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24 completed classes
Hello! I primarily teach Mathematics related courses on Outschool. In addition to Mathematics courses, I also teach a variety of farm and farm animal related courses on Outschool. Mathematics Experience: I have a Master of Science in...