JOE REILLY CONCERT

February 27, 11:30 am

Get your toes tapping and your little ones dancing in Zoomazium!  Hear the singer/songwriter behind those Zoomazium puppet shows and dance party songs live!

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KINDER CAMP


Summer Kinder Camp programs available for children ages 3-5 years old.
 
 

 

 

 

Credit Card Payments

Woodland Park Zoo Education Department accepts the following credit cards:

      

EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS

 

Zoo Sprouts 

Early Childhood Parent and Child

Whether you are new to the zoo or visit weekly, a Zoo Sprouts class is a chance for you and your child together to spend time with other animal lovers, including a special zoo guide who will help you get to know our amazing animals even better. Each hour and a half adventure will start in the classroom with activities exploring the amazing world of animals through movement, creative play, stories, art and songs. Next, your guide will lead you on a journey of discovery to learn more about zoo animals relating to the class theme.


Ages:
Adults and children 3-5 years
Fee:
$25 per adult/child pair, $10 each additional family member 3-5 years
Time: 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.

Registration note: Please only complete the online registration for paying participants. Although they are welcome to attend, please do not register additonal adults.

 Winter Schedule

Click here to register for Zoo Sprouts

3166: Feb 10, Ginormous Giraffes
Did you know that the pattern of spots on every giraffe is unique just like your fingerprints?Not only are they the tallest animal in the world but these gentle giants have four stomachs and a long, purple tongue!Join us as we explore the world of giraffes and see how you measure up.

3176: Feb 24, Bugs, Bugs, Bugs! - CANCELED 
Bugs, bugs and more bugs! Meet an amazing insect up close. Create your own bug and immerse yourself in the land if bugs as we tour Bug World!

Having trouble registering online? To register by mail, fax or walk in registration, click here.

 

Spring Schedule



3186: Mar 15, 10-11:30 a.m. Animal Families
Just like human families, animal families come in all different shapes and sizes: baby meerkats are raised by the whole family, while flamingo chicks may be raised by two dads. Some snake babies never live with their families, since they’re able to survive on their own from their very first breath. In this class we will explore the fascinating world of animal families, and see how many we can find at the zoo! 

3196: Mar 29, 10-11:30 a.m. Colors of the Wild
Red! Yellow! Blue! Green! Which one is your favorite? Join us for an exciting adventure into the world of colors! From green grass to yellow slugs to red ladybugs, we’ll explore nature to find all the colors of the rainbow.

3216: Apr 13, 10-11:30 a.m. Busy Bears
Brown bear, brown bear what do you see? I see a sloth bear looking at me! One type of bear at the zoo likes to eat insects and sucks them up into their mouth like a straw. The other type of bear at the zoo has a muscular hump between its shoulders to help dig their winter dens. Find out who is who in this class about bears. 

3226: Apr 20, 10-11:30 a.m. Terrific Tigers
Did you know that like our fingerprints, no two tigers have the same pattern of stripes? To learn more come meet Eko, Olan and Liem the three tiger brothers that live at the zoo. Together we’ll trek through Banyan Wilds to discover more about these magnificent Malayan tigers.

3236: Apr 27, 10-11:30 a.m. Gorilla gorilla gorilla
Gorillas are the largest primate on earth and are considered by scientists to be one of the most intelligent animals! What do gorillas have in common with you? Join us as we explore the world of gorillas at the zoo.

3246: May 4, 10-11:30 a.m. Backyard Butterflies
They flutter… they fly… and if you look close enough, you can sometimes see them resting their wings on a flower nearby! Butterflies come in all different sizes, shapes and colors, and no two are exactly alike! Explore the types of beautiful butterflies you might find in your back yard, and learn about the big job these little creatures have as they fly from flower to flower.

Having trouble registering online? To register by mail, fax or walk in registration, click here.

 

Early Birds 

Flamingo and Chick

Up early? Experience Zoomazium before it is open! Bring the family for a unique class incorporating hands on activities for children and their adults. Each class, discover a new animal or habitat through crafts and creative play. Once the zoo is open head out on grounds with your group to spot the animals that were introduced during class.


Ages:
Adults and children birth to 8 years
Fees: $20 each adult/child pair, $10 each additional family member
Time: 8:15-9:30 a.m.

 Winter Schedule


2126: Traversing the Tropics, Sat, Feb 13 - CANCELED
Tropical rainforests are home to more bugs, reptiles, mammals and birds than you might imagine! Explore the biodiversity across the lush tropics as we create, play and learn in Zoomazium. 

Having trouble registering online?  To register by mail, fax or walk in registration, click here.

 

Young Explorers

Young Explorers child and parent

Learn to engage your child’s wonder and curiosity about nature. During our one hour adventure become a parent naturalist. Exploring a natural, outdoor area at the zoo, you will learn to guide your child in nature play, explore natural play stations, hear a puppet story, and even meet a live zoo animal. Grown-ups must come ready to play! Class is rain or shine; please dress appropriately. We will not be touring zoo grounds during this class, but encourage you to do so after the program.

 

Fee: $20 per adult/child pair, $7 each additional family member 2-5 years
Ages: Adults and children 2-5 years

Registration note: Please only complete the online registration for paying participants.  Although they are welcome to attend, please do not register additonal adults.

There are no Young Explorers classes scheduled at this time.  Young Explorers classes take place in the warmer months of the year.  New classes will be posted this spring.    

 

Registration

All registration confirmations are sent via e-mail and will come to you from an address ending in @zoo.org. Please make sure to read your confirmation and all attachements. Please contact us if you do not receive a registration confirmation.

Need to make changes to or cancel an existing registration? Call 206-548-2424 x4. Changes and cancellations cannot be done through our online registration process.

Changes and cancellations are allowed up to two (2) weeks in advance of the program start date. 

Having issues registering online?  Click here to download the registration form.

 

Contact

If you cannot find the answers to your questions or need additional help please contact the registrar for classes at 206.548.2424 x4 or by e-mail.