Here is a great idea for a tactile activity book to use during therapeutic riding lessons. My friend Carrie of HorsePower sent me the link from one of her friends, who thought it would work great as a camp activity: every day the kid make one page, then at the end of the week put them all together for their own book to use during lessons. I would add that these activities could be made to include horse knowledge, such as horse parts and the grooming tools. If you don’t have camp, you can make them or have your intern make them!
If you YouTube search “Livro Sensorial” you’ll get a lot of book ideas!
Note: This is not professional advice, this is a blog. I am not liable for what you do with or how you use this information. The activities explained in this blog may not be fit for every rider, riding instructor, or riding center depending on their current condition and resources. Use your best personal judgment!
Thank you for all your ideas, I use lots of them with Riding for the Disabled in England, very few resources here. I used some for my assessment to become a Group coach which I passed and was commended on my lesson plan. Thank you very much.
Thanks so much for your support! Congrats on passing your Group coach!
Hey there, I adore your blog and have been following for a long time. Neither of the video links are working. Could you provide more insight on these activity books? I would really like to see some examples.
Thanks so much!
Kayla- from R.O.C.K. in Georgetown, TX
Hi Kayla, thank you for letting me know the link is not working! I have found the YouTube video and replaced it, so it should work now. Happy teaching and thank you for following the blog for so long! Cindy