Life Cycle of a Horse Flip Book
Recommended for kids 9-12, W.H.O.A. Workbooks have it all! Part picture book, part storybook, filled with challenging activities, fun facts, useful information, and lots and lots of Reliable Equine Knowledge (TRUE EQ). Created for horse lovers, by horse lovers, these books teach kids (9-12) all about horses and themselves through imaginary and real-life horse stories.
Merlin’s Story, In Real Life (IRL)
Follow a real horse named Merlin through his first steps in life in this engaging and creative, fun-filled activity book. Experience Merlin’s developmental stages from gestation and birth, through to his first birthday – all from his point of view.
With help from a clever group of cartoon friends, readers will see how one young horse views the world as he learns to overcome his fears and work successfully with humans.
In this comprehensive workbook, kids learn:
✓ History in Hindsight – lessons in world perspective
✓ Color pages and puzzles – to strengthen hand-eye coordination
✓ Think it Through – exercises to practice solving problems
✓ Word challenges – to improve equine vocabulary
✓ IRL and imaginary stories – teach life lessons from the horse’s point of view
Interactive digital flip books provide kids with an educational, entertaining, and interactive learning experience by combining rich graphics and pop-up features.
Economical: No shipping costs, endless downloadable pages to share with friends and family; and take it on the go!
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