This Horse Life Cycle printable is a great educational resource for preschool-aged children and early learners. Not only does it show the life cycle of a horse but it also teaches them how to write out the words and visually see the horses change in appearance as they grow as well.
Taking the time to talk about animal life cycles is a great way to help your child learn about the process of animals growing through the various life stages.
Plus, these printables allow them to find their independence and confidence in learning a well.
Talking about how long horses can live and also about the timeframes that they spend in each life cycle is a great learning experience. If you can pair this life cycle printable up with visiting actual real horses in your area, that would add a lot of visual value to this lesson as well!
What is the Horse Life Cycle in this printable?
This printable shows the entire horse life cycle process in easy to see visuals and also easy to read and write words. Your child will be able to grasp the life cycle process easily after completing this printable.
What it includes:
Included in this printable horse worksheet are several pages. There is one page that shows the process entirely and then the following pages break it down to show each cycle with the word in dotted lines below.
This allows your child to associate the young horse, called a foal, as a baby horse with long legs and also to them trace and write out the word, too.
The pregnancy page is also a good time to talk about how love the mare carries the baby as well.
Fun ways to use this printable:
Just because this is a printable doesn’t mean that there aren’t other ways that you can explore using it and learning with it.
Print it out and hop in the car
This printable is a great way to get the kids geared up to go on a search for horses in your area. While you’re driving around looking, they can be talking about and completing the packet.
Let their imagination run wild
If your child has always wanted to own a horse, have them complete this packet and name the horse and create a fun story to go with it.
Use these worksheets to learn even more about horses
These learning worksheets are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to your child becoming educated about horses. If your child shows interest in learning more, check out books from the library, or even watch a fun documentary together to enhance their knowledge.