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:




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.

  Fall Session

2364: Sep 3, 9:45-10:45 a.m. Backyard Birds - CANCELED
Join us to investigate the world of birds! Learn about eggs, feathers, beaks and songs while exploring bird related activities in Zoomazium’s backyard. Get up close and personal with a feathery visitor and learn what it means to be a bird.

2374: Sep 9, 9:45-10:45 a.m. Tracks and Trails
Join us for an exciting day of exploring animal tracks and trails! Learn how animals get around and how to find out where they are or where they’ve been, even after they’re gone. We’ll explore hooves and paws, feet and claws on this awesome adventure.


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
$25 per adult/child pair, $10 each additional family member 3-5 years

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

 Fall Session

3364: Sep 10, 10-11:30 a.m. Lounging Lions
Lions like other cats love to sleep. What else do lions do? Let’s find out as we establish our own lion pride! Learn more about our lions and visit them at their exhibit.

3374: Sep 23, 10-11:30 a.m. Zoo Vets
Step into the world of animal health care and discover how we care for our sick and injured animals. In this fun class we will use imaginative play to explore what it’s like to look after our youngest residents. In addition to classroom activities we will also explore relevant areas in the zoo.

3384: Sep 30, 10-11:30 a.m. Poo at the Zoo
Just like you and me animals at the Zoo poo too. Learn about poo, or scat, as we call it at the Zoo. What do we do with all that poo? We turn it into Zoo Doo! Visit the exhibit of an animal that’s poo gets turned into Zoo Doo.

3414: Oct 14, 10-11:30 a.m. Hoot, Howl and Prowl
Join us for a morning of dress up fun! Learn about ways animals mask themselves, create your own animal themed costume and prowl through the zoo to find animal masters of disguise.

3424: Oct 28, 10-11:30 a.m. Raptors: Birds of Prey
Soar on into the zoo and learn about the amazing world of our regal raptors. Learn about their unique adaptations that make raptors birds of prey. Join us it will be talons of fun.


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



If you cannot find the answers to your questions or need additional help please contact the Individual Registrar at 206.548.2424 x3 or by e-mail.



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