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Create a prancing parade of horse breeds! Crayola®Colored Pencils are ideal to draw their distinctive colors and markings.
The earliest known ancestor of the horse was no larger than a hare. This animal went from having three toes to having only one, a hoof. Every breed of horse has adapted to life according to its place of origin and can be identified by its size, body shape, color, and white markings on its face and legs. Look at pictures of different horses from around the globe. See if you can find breeds such as Morgan, Shire, Lipizzan, Clydesdale, Arab, Mustang, Palomino, and Andalusian.
Horses are often known by their distinctive color, such as Chestnut, Dapple Gray, Bay, Roan, Dun, Spotted, and Skewbald. Find out what each of these horses looks like.
With Crayola Scissors, cut several strips of white paper at least 4 inches (10.16 cm.) wide. Attach the pieces end to end with a Crayola Glue Stick to make one long strip. Divide the scroll into rectangular blocks.
In each of the blocks, draw different breeds of horses with Crayola Colored Pencils. Choose the colors and add the appropriate markings (a star, stripe, or blaze) to the face and legs. Write the breed of each horse.
In another piece of paper, cut two vertical strips to make a viewfinder frame that is slightly bigger than one block of your long strip. Decorate the outside edge of the viewfinder with pictures of equipment associated with horses such as bridles, bits, saddles, stirrups, and riding apparel.
Slide the beginning of your horse scroll into the viewfinder. Move your pictures through it, creating a parade of horses from around the world.
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