Did you know horses are still used for logging and plowing small fields? Their history of working hand-in-hand with people is filled with hard work, determination, and grit. Your child will learn about this animal’s remarkable history as a vital part of agriculture and industry through reading, observing, and talking about a horse breed of their choice.
This program includes various activities designed to teach about different horse breeds and the unique jobs they perform. Your child will also flex their creative muscles by coming up with a “job” their horse buddy would do best. The possibilities are endless!
Target Skills: Reading, researching, writing, observing, focus
When: June 20, 21, & 22 (3 consecutive days) – two hours per day.
Time: Choose 9:00-11:00 am or 6:00-8:00 pm.
Limited to six (6) participants.
Grades: Completed Kindergarten and up
Cost: $10.00 registration fee plus $200/$100*/ or No-Cost** (Full Scholarship)
Registration Fee – Is a one-time fee (per year) that applies to all participants
Activities take place in an outdoor arena and activity shelter. No riding. No previous horse experience needed.