Hi everyone! Sometimes the easiest way to get the word out about a product or service is to provide one for free. In this way, people are able to get a feel for the product from a particular individual/business and decide if they would be interested in purchasing anything further.
So in light of this, I have another free equine resource on offer to:
- students (we’re all students when it comes to horses: you can’t stop learning)
- someone who is happy to give me feedback on a free product
If you head along to this activity at TeachersPayTeachers.com and download it, give it a go!
This particular resource focuses on the genetics of colour in horses. There are some simple scenarios using common coat colours of horses, and a little worksheet to be able to determine the likelihood that when two horses are bred, the foal will be bay, or chestnut or another colour. Why not take a look?
While you’re at it, if you love to test yourself on points of the horse and haven’t yet seen this free resource, take a look at this one too!
And if you are an educator with resources that you feel others could benefit from or are interested in making use of already created resources and activities, why not consider signing up to TeachersPayTeachers? It’s free!
“Even the greenest horse has something to teach the wisest rider.” – Author unknown