Little girls can go crazy for horses. Do you know any little girls like that? Maybe you were one of those little girls who just couldn’t get enough of all things equine. I have a little girl who has just been bitten by the Horse Crazy bug. What a great jumping off point for learning!
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Sensory Play with the Ponies
You can use whatever base you have for this sensory bin: uncooked rice, beans, lentils, etc. I used uncooked quinoa grains as I had a large bag that was expired in our pantry. The Bee’s play barn was also a great addition to this set up. We’ve been reading about ponies and playing with ponies for weeks now.
- The Horse Riding & Care Handbook
- My First Horse
- If I Ran the Horse Show: All About Horses (Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library)
And, perhaps the most fun of all, she got to spend an afternoon learning some hands-on horse care with a friend. She brushed, fed, watered, walked and cleaned up after the horses and she absolutely loved it!
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