Lesson

Horses As Heroes - Marsh Tackies

Lesson Overview

"The ancestry of East Coast barrier island wild horse breeds traces back to Spanish explorers, who were adept at the use of horses for travel, work and war. Questions remain as to whether the horses were left ashore to allow explorers to return home with more treasures from the new country or whether horses swam ashore from sinking galleons."  Excerpt from Horses As Heroes - Marsh Tackies - Sandlapper Magazine, Winter 2010

Duration
Multiple days
Lesson Type
Traditional Lesson

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3, 8

Social Studies

Sandlapper article, sentence strips, paper and pencil for each individual student.

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Lesson Created By: Lisa Ray

Lesson Partners: ETV Education, Knowitall.org