|Central Florida Zoo ZOOventure Classes|
The Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens is offering ZOOventure classes targeted to homeschool students. The students will be inspired and challenged as they experience our living classroom for these interactive programs. Limited class size allows for personal attention and up close wildlife encounters. Registration is required at least two weeks in advance. Please observe age requirements. Fee includes admission to the Zoo for the day for the registered student.
ZOOventure Classes for Ages 9-12
Tuesdays, 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on the following dates
Zoo Members: $12.00 Non-Members: $15.00
Going Wild! - Tues. 9/27/11
Join us as we set out to explore animal habitats and the incredible abilities of the animals that live there.
Beast Feast - Tues. 10/25/11
Carnivores, herbivores, omnivores and more... Explore what animals eat and why.
Zoo 101 - Tues. 11/15/11
Working on the wild side! Who works at a Zoo and what do they do? Check out what goes on behind-the-scenes as we take a look at what it takes to run a Zoo.
Cat Walk - Tues. 12/13/11
The lure of the leopard, the speed of the cheetah; take a walk on the wild side and explore both the beauty and the danger of felines.
Secret Agent OO-ZOO - Tues. 1/24/12
A game of “I Spy” is ahead for those that are willing to take on the challenge of spotting and identifying animals that have mastered the ability to remain hidden.
Protection Inspections - Tues. 2/28/12
How does an animal protect itself? Examine different defenses animals use to survive in the wild.
Skull Skills - Tues. 3/27/12
Take a fascinating look at skulls and other bones and what they can teach us about the animals they come from.
X-treme Reptiles - Tues. 4/24/12
Class Reptilia: Crocodilians, lizards, snakes, turtles, tuatara...tutara? This extreme adventure will take students deep into the realm of reptiles.
Biodiversity for Kids - Tues. 5/22/12
What is biodiversity and why is it important? Learn about genetic diversity, ecosystems and food webs and discover how every species plays a vital role in the circle of life.
|Location Sanford, FL|