1. Divide the class into teams and play a game of Pictionary using the key terms and concepts. Students have to draw out the terms and the highest score wins.
2. For younger students, create a timeline showing the differences in the evolution of the horses’ feet. The students’ fingers can be toes with successive pictures of four-three-two-one hoof showing all the fingers balled up in a fist.
3. Compare the horses’ need to adapt by looking at human teeth and their purposes. For example, molars vs. incisors.
4. For older students, divide the class into groups and have them focus on one stage of the horse evolution process. Each group can then present to the class their findings on its characteristics and differences in a successive order.
5. In a similar way, the students can be divided up and asked to present how horses have affected Travel, Trade, War, Work, and Spirituality.