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Free Horse Things From Me To You

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Today I was browsing Pinterest. It's a website for pinning all of the things you love so that you may find them later; or that you can show off to others! While I was doing my usual scouring about the internet, I came across a pin boasting free resources and I thought to myself--I bet there's a bunch of free horse stuff out there to find! So I took a little looksie around and lo and behold... I'm coming to you all with some sick loot.

First up is a set of clip art featuring barn animals. Including horses, of horse.

"These big-headed animals are just what you need to make your worksheets, notes, and bulletin boards cute and kid friendly!"

A worksheet for your kids!

"This is a cute page used to get kids to think creatively about different animals, in this case horses. There are four different fill in the blanks. This will help with handwriting, as well as critical thinking."

Here's a book that I plan on digging into when I get my Kindle in the mail.

"Evy can telepathically understand horses, but she’s not sure if it’s a blessing or a curse. Her secret “gift” certainly seems to get her in a lot of trouble. When some starving mustangs wander close to the wilderness cabin that she shares with her hermit mother she knows she must help them. Her act of kindness quickly snowballs into a series of events that forever changes her life and the life of a very special mustang filly."

You can also pick up the audiobook version of Mark Twain's classic and beloved story, A Horse's Tale.

"A Horse’s Tale is a novel written by Mark Twain. The story revolves around different casts of characters but all of which center around Soldier Boy, a war horse in the fictional outpost of the U.S. 7th Cavalry. The audiobook goes through various characters’ point of view of their lives and the story of Soldier Boy, Cathy and the numerous soldiers of the 7th Cavalry. Mark Twain once again perfectly blends together the reality of life with some lighthearted humor that gives the bleak notion of a war torn land some much needed color."

Enjoy your freebies of all colours!

Photo by Chris Goldberg on Flickr.

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