Endangered Species Day

Endangered Species Day kids at their table explaining project to younger guests there for the day.

Kids Teaching Kids.

Please join us for this fun learning experience, where your students will enjoy peer to peer learning about endangered species from all over the world!

WHEN:

Friday, April 12, 2019
9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

 

What happens at Endangered Species Day?

Participants explore the zoo while visiting fun and interactive endangered species stations presented by local junior high students. A passport with over 20 different animal stations will be provided and stamped after learning about each species. This unique event accomplishes engaging peer to peer learning opportunities for kids of all ages.

Interactive stations include:
Black footed ferrets, Sumatran orangutans, Mexican wolves, Amur tigers, reticulated giraffes, the black rhino and many more!

We will have interactive stations about:
Wyoming toads, Sumatran orangutans, Mexican wolves, Amur tigers, reticulated giraffes, the black rhino and many more!

What benefits do you and your students receive?

  • Meet common core state standards.
  • Engage in cross-curriculum collaboration.
  • Your students will refine scientific argumentation, deliberation, and communication/presentation skills.

 

AGES:

Recommended for grades K-8th, but any grade level in encouraged to attend.

COST:

$10.75 per attending student
1 adult at $0.75 for every 10 students
$17.75 per extra adult

See School and Group Visits page for more information.