Homeschool Nature Series 2022

Ready to give your homeschool student a learning experience like no other? Sign them up for our Homeschool Nature Series classes! Each month, we will host a class for homeschool students that allows them to learn all about the natural world. Each monthly class will focus on different subject matter, and involve meeting several of our ambassador animals up close and personal! See below for more information on each of our classes!  
Each class is $18 per student for zoo members and $25 per student for non-members. Our dissection lab will be $25 per student for zoo members and $30 per student for non-members. Each registration will include 1 free adult admission.
Please note that adults are unable to attend the class.  
Please note that masks are currently required while indoors at the zoo.
To sign your child up for one or more of our Homeschool Nature Series classes, click HERE.

African Wild!

Students will learn all about the diverse wildlife species that call Africa home, and how these animals have adapted to live in such harsh environments. Students will meet several African species up close, and think critically about what habitats they may be found in on the African continent.
Thursday, February 17, 2022

Rainforests of the World!

Students will learn about the layers of the rainforest and what continents rainforests can be found on. Students will meet several rainforest species up close, and think critically about what can be done to conserve this crucial habitat.
Thursday, March 24, 2022

Pollinators and Plants 

Students will learn what a pollinator is, and what their relationship with plants is. Students will learn why pollinators are important for people, especially farmers! They will also meet several ambassador animals up close and learn what makes them a pollinator.
Thursday, April 21, 2022

Dissection Lab!  

Students will have a hands-on learning experience like no other as they do real dissections on two specimens. Not for the faint of heart, this dissection lab will help students learn all about animal anatomy! 
Thursday, May 19, 2022