Come join the Zoo’s early childhood education specialists, who connect animal facts and green practices, making each program unique and fun for both young children and their adult companions. Please note: No siblings allowed.
Every living thing needs senses to survive. Some animals have super-sensitive noses, others have amazing eyes. This month, we're going to explore lots of super-power senses. Come in March, and see the giraffe's super-sensing tongue in action.
Saturday, March 25, 2017
All About Body Adaptations
How do you pick things up without your hands? What does the world look like when you only see in black and white? This month, you'll learn that animals have just the right body parts to do what they need to do. Come to KinderTots this month to learn about the zebra's special body parts.
Saturdays, April 8, 22, and 29, 2017
Keeper Work Includes Counting
Keeper work is really fun. Feeding animals is a daily activity that makes everyone happy—and keepers need to be good at counting out food items. This month, you can learn to count, be a keeper, and make some animals happy!
Saturdays, May 13, 20, and 27, 2017
Join us for a "binturong bash," and learn how this "bear cat" balances in the trees.
Saturdays, June 3 and 10, 2017
Note: Animal viewing subject to change.