6th-9th: History of the Horse

Teacher Info:

Teacher Name: Sylvia Bobier
Teacher Email: sylmac77@gmail.com

Monthly Cost, Fees and Deposit

Tuition: $240 per year
Payable in monthly installments of $30
Deposit: $30 (due at registration)
Supply/Materials Fee: $20 (due at registration)
Digital Payment Address: Venmo @Sylvia-Bobier

Class Details

Class Time: 2nd hour
Grades: 6th-9th
Midterm Enrollment: Yes
Prerequisite: None
Estimated Homework Hours: 1-1.5
Required Materials or Books: 
*Books or audiobooks:
1. King of the Wind, by Marguerite Henry (M.H)
2. Black Beauty, by Anna Sewell
3. White Stallion of Lipizza, by M.H.
4. Justin Morgan Had a Horse, by M.H.
5. Misty of Chincoteague, by M.H.
6. Brighty of the Grand Canyon, by M.H.
7. Mustang, Wild Spirit of the West, by M.H.
8. Black Stallion, by Walter Farley

Class Description

Beautiful Feet’s History of the Horse is a wonderful course that is sure to captivate your horse-loving student! Through various books and activities, we will trace the story of the horse as well as explore the integral role the horse has had in the human story.

“This literature approach to the history of the horse begins in the 1700s with the Godolphin Arabian and continues through the early 1900s. Students will learn about the famous Lipizzaner stallions, the wild American mustangs, the American-bred Morgan horse, the Chincoteague ponies, and other breeds. The study uses Marguerite Henry’s award-winning books and titles by Walter Farley and Anna Sewell. Learn horse anatomy, breed identification, basic horse sketching, charting blood lines and Bible memory verses regarding the horse.” (from publisher)

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