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Learning Levels Challenges

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Learning Levels Challenges

Flash cards, discussion cards, worksheets and games to test and reinforce your students' Learning Levels knowledge for both mounted and unmounted instruction.

Scroll down to learn more about our Challenge materials – and why we use them – then use these buttons to quickly find the resources you need.

Find detailed info about challenge materials on these pages:


Generate teaching moments with our epic scenarios - and help students put concepts and skills to use in practical situations.


Written worksheets and quizzes help students retain key points and details. Keep it fun with learning games!


Printable study cards or lists with terms and short-answer questions. We use them to teach or test Learning Levels knowledge.


Use our Quizlet Classroom's online study cards and games as self-study homework or in group lessons at the barn.

Help students remember what they've learned: keep it

Want to know how we challenge students to keep learning?

We just have a LOT of different teaching materials that can be used for educational games, competitions, and self-study.

Most of these materials were originally developed for summer day camps. The challenge for us was that we had the same groups of kids at camp every year – one group for six straight years!

We had to develop new ways to teach these kids to keep it fresh and fun. And we wanted them to remember the information, particularly those kids we only saw for one week every summer.

So we developed a BUNCH of games, quizzes, and hands-on teaching tools for Learning Levels – and found them invaluable for teaching both regular lessons and clinics, as well as for helping students study at home.

We’ve redesigned some of our favorite resources so that you can easily download and print – or adapt as required – for use with your students.

More good stuff is on the way!

Keep students engaged and eager to learn
by teaching the same info in different ways.

An ordinary teacher teaches how to accumulate information.

A good teacher teaches how to assimilate information.

A great teacher teaches how to stand up and turn every challenge into opportunities.

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We have been blessed with many talented photographers over the years: students who voluntarily stood out in a sweltering/ freezing arena – or slogged up and down our hilly pastures – capturing lifelong memories of camps, clinics, and shows. We’re grateful to all of them!

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You’ll also find illustrations throughout our online courses and printed materials (like study guides) graciously donated by Rhonda Hagy, who is a student and lifelong friend. Contact us for information about her work.

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