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Join The Greenville Zoo educational department in special classes! Zookeeping Kids is for kids in 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade. Classes are designed to inspire
Join The Greenville Zoo educational department in special classes!
Zookeeping Kids is for kids in 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade. Classes are designed to inspire the next generation of zookeepers! Students (3rd-5th graders) will experience what it is like to work at the zoo through games, activities, experiments, chats with zookeepers, and up-close animal encounters. The program length is 2 hours.
Class time is 10 am – 12 pm unless otherwise noted
- January 22:
A Doctor to the Animals – How do you listen to a lion’s lungs? How do you give an alligator a shot? Let’s find out!
- February 26:
Animal Architects – Who designs the animal enclosures? Who picks the plants? Why is the door in the left corner and not the right? Every animal enclosure involves a lot of thought and care. Let’s learn how to build one! Can you design a winning enclosure?.
- March 26:
Keeping Everyone Safe – Who is the most dangerous animal at the zoo? What happens if that animal escapes? In this class we will explore how we keep everyone at the zoo safe, including the animals.
- April 23:
Conservation Nation – Zoos around the world are involved in many conservation initiatives. How does the Greenville Zoo help? How can you help?
- May 21:
Good Night Animals – At the end of the day, the zookeepers are ready to go home and go to bed. What do they do for the animals before they leave? Do all the animals go to sleep? What do the nocturnal animals do all night? Let’s find out!
Parents can call the Greenville Zoo Education department to register: 864.467.4850
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Greenville Zoo
150 Cleveland Park Dr
Cost is $20 for members & $30 for non-members