History on Horseback Vol. 1 Activity Guide

2020 September 25

I struggled with the creation of this guide. Not for a lack of interest or information. My goal in the History on Horseback series is to make history come alive and to spark an interest in students to study further. I homeschooled for 17 years. I know what it's like when even the parent dreads facing another day of a curriculum that's become so much work it's turned into drudgery. That's the last thing I wanted this to be. I hope this Activity Guide encourages creativity. I've given ideas and thought-provoking questions. Pick and choose what interests your students and have them present it in a creative way. I look forward to seeing samples of what students create.

History on Horseback activity guide

What's Included?

  • 125 loose-leaf pages, suitable for insertion into a 1 or 1.5" 3-ring binder (not included). The loose-leaf format permits students to insert their own writing or creations wherever desired.
  • Additional historical photographs.
  • Additional facts and information.
  • Maps and Activity Sheets.
  • Information about related resources such as books, videos, and websites.
  • Questions and Writing Topics.
  • More horses - meet Cruiser, Fly, Jack, and others.
  • Blank horses to color to match historical or fictional horses.
  • Blank horse-themed writing pages.
  • Blank maps.

View a preview of the Activity Guide (pdf)

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