It doesn’t take long when studying American history to encounter cowboys. They are a key part of our history and deeply engrained in our pop culture. Have some fun while studying the history of the Old West with this FREE Vocabulary Copywork for Learning About Cowboys.
Books and lessons come to life when you understand the terminology of what is being discussed. When your kids read about cinches, rowels, and dusters, do they know what the words mean? You can help them get more out of their reading with this FREE Vocabulary Copywork for Learning About Cowboys unit. It covers the following words:
- branding iron
- chuck wagon
- cowboy boots
- cowboy hat
- cutting horse
- leather gloves
- line riders
- open range
- trail boss
- trail drive
Each page has the word and definition to copy as copywork and also has a fun geometrically-themed border your kids can color if they choose. Scroll down for your FREE instant download!
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