KinderZoo is a program for preschoolers and their grown-ups to play, discover, and learn in a fun, interactive way. Join us as we explore different animals and habitats, using games, BioFacts, and engaging, age-appropriate activities. Each class will also include the opportunity to meet an ambassador animal up-close and learn all about them!
To sign up for KinderZoo, click on the appropriate time slot under your preferred date below.
Classes fill up fast. Pre-registration is recommended.
Please note: there must be a minimum of 5 students to hold a KinderZoo class.
Beneficial Bugs (18 months – 3 years, 10:15 a.m.)
Bugs have one of the most important jobs around and are often overlooked. Come to KinderZoo and find out why they are so nice to have around!
Safari Time! (3 years – 5 years, 11:30 a.m.)
Have you ever wanted to go to Africa? This is your chance to meet an African animal up-close without having to go all the way across the ocean. We will learn all about African animals and the important jobs they do!
Terrific Turtles (18 months – 3 years, 10:15 a.m.)
Some turtles live right in our own backyard. Come learn about what makes them so cool!
Zoo-per Heroes (3 years – 5 years, 11:30 a.m.)
Every animal is a super hero with their own special abilities! Feel free to wear your own super hero costume to this class as we learn about the many adaptations that make our animals special.
Rambunctious Rats (18 months – 3 years, 10:15 a.m.)
Come to KinderZoo in November and meet some adorably rambunctious rats! We’ll learn all about the adaptations that help them survive and spread all over the world.
Feasts of Beasts (3 years – 5 years, 11:30 a.m.)
What does a bear like to eat? Is it the same as a gecko? In this class, we will find out about the yummy (and yucky) things animals love to eat!
Fabulous Frogs (18 months – 3 years, 10:15 a.m.)
Frogs have some fabulous adaptations. Come to KinderZoo in December where we will learn all about frogs and meet some frogs up close!
Growing Up (3 years – 5 years, 11:30 a.m.)
Every animal grows up in their own way, including people! We will act out the lifecycles of different animals and see how they are similar to ours or unique.
We want to hear from you! Contact the Education Department at 585.336.7213 or email@example.com with any questions or comments.