Stuff Happens and You Need a Boot or Bandage – Yellow HS

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This Stuff Happens card set has discussion scenarios you can use to supplement unmounted lessons on equine boots and bandages.

Use them to introduce the topic to Yellow Level students, and to expand that knowledge with Green – Purple Level students.

Each card has a situation to discuss with students:
What is the problem here?
How should we fix it?
How could we avoid it?
What is the concept or rule we should remember?

All of the scenarios in these sets are taken directly from the information in our study guides – in this case, it starts with the Yellow Level HorseSense Study Guide. You’ll also find information for more detailed bandaging discussions in the other Teaching Guides listed below. 

16 cards in this set.


This PDF file is formatted for full color desktop printing on standard 8.5 x 11” card stock.

6 printed pages
Download file = 237 KB

Make sure your printer software is not set to “shrink to fit”.

This file contains 4 pages which you will print and cut into 4 cards each, for a total of 16 cards in the set.

The first page of cards is an optional “back side” for the cards. You can just print the card pages and leave the back side of each card blank – but we like the name of the card set on the back to help keep things organized.

Printing instructions are included in the download file.

PRO TIP: You could also create your own custom Stuff Happens card sets with our template – just copy and paste to a new document, then edit.

If you don’t have access to a printer, try opening the PDF file on your desktop or mobile device. You should be able to scroll through the cards to read them aloud to students.

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