Games for All Seasons: designed for use in therapeutic riding lessons
Games for All Seasons is written for therapeutic riding instructors who would like to raise the bar in their lessons and incorporate calendar-based themes into their teaching. Every game offers complete lesson plans, ideas for stretches, equipment lists, arena set up, and skills addressed. The games can be adapted to both independent and lead line riders of all ages. Sixty-five games are arranged for use by month, and ten more games are offered for use at any time of the year. All games have been played and "approved" by riders.
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