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Mon, Jul 15


Prime Equine - 10KM South of Saskatoon

Equine Assisted Learning - Summer Camp

EAL is an experiential learning experience, where children learn essential life skills, through play.

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Equine Assisted Learning - Summer Camp
Equine Assisted Learning - Summer Camp

Time & Location

Jul 15, 2019, 9:00 a.m. – Jul 18, 2019, 12:00 p.m.

Prime Equine - 10KM South of Saskatoon, Saskatoon, SK, Canada

About the event

Class Times:

Monday - Thursday, 9:00AM - 12:00PM

Equine Assisted Learning consists of a curriculum that drives objectives to outcomes. Each exercise is designed in a BuildingBlock™ style. The curriculum is participant centered, using horses as barometers for the child's learning and self reflection; and facilitators as guides to encourage self examination.

Equine Assisted Learning is a learner based educational experience with horses. There is no riding, and all lesson horses are provided by Prime Equine. No experience with horses is necessary. More specifically, Equine Assisted Learning is an effective approach to human development that encourages individual and team growth.

Participants engage in objectively driven exercises and find themselves learning valuable life skills in a fun and exciting atmosphere while working with horses. Equine Assisted Learning has proven to be effective, powerful, positive, educational, and creative.

The BuildingBlock™ curriculum focuses on facilitating life skills through positively reinforced interaction with horses. Exercises are developed to encourage self confidence through validated, hands-on experiences.

This 4 day camp course builds on skills learned exercise over exercise, with teachable moments surrounding:

- Safety

- Planning

- Negotiation

- Team Work

- Body Language

- Common Sense

- Trust

- Decision Making


  • Youth EAL Summer Camp

    $25 from every registration, goes to supporting horse rescue and land preservation.

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  • Family Expo Discount

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