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

 

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.

  Summer Session

2365: Aug 19, 9:45-11:00 a.m. Backyard Bugs- FULL
Would you believe that bees talk by dancing?! Or that cockroaches smell with their feet?! Believe it or not, bugs are pretty amazing creatures! In this class, we’ll investigate these incredible invertebrates and find out where they are hiding in Zoomazium’s backyard.

2375: Aug 27, 9:45-11:00 a.m. Diggin in the Dirt- FULL
Join us for some messy fun! Dig for worms and other animals that live in the dirt, make a dirt pie for the trees and create your own mud art. No need to worry about staying clean here!

2385: Sep 2, 9:45-11:00 a.m. Spots and Stripes
Have you ever found spots on a leaf or stripes on a flower?  Meet a creature up close whose skin has an interesting and unique design.  Join us while we hunt for patterns in Zoomazium’s backyard and find out how this type of camouflage help plants and animals.

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


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

Summer Special!  Register for 5 Zoo Sprouts classes, your 6th class is free.  Web registrations: the 6th class will be refunded to you after registration confirmation is sent. 

 Summer Session


3365: Aug 20, 10- 11:30 a.m. Lots O' Legs
Legs come big and small! Some animals have many, but some have none at all! Come join us at the zoo to find out what all these legs do.

3375: Aug 26, 10- 11:30 a.m. Terrific Tigers- FULL
Tigers are finally back here at Woodland Park Zoo! Start to get to know our three tigers Olan, Eko and Liem as you learn about their stripes, their favorite treats and their new home as .

3385: Sep 3, 10- 11:30 a.m. SSSSSlithering Snakes
Riddle me this: what has scales, no eyelids, and a super-sensitive tongue? Find out on this amazing adventure into the wonderfully weird world of snakes! We’ll explore the warm and dry dwellings of the Day Exhibit and meet some very curious slithering creatures.

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

 

  Fall Session


3395: Sep 9, 10-11:30 a.m.  Zoo Vets
Step into the world of animal health care and discover how we take care of 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 of the zoo.

3405: Sep 10, 10-11:30 a.m.  Penguins on Parade
Waddle on over for a morning of penguin filled fun! Make your own penguin costume, play penguin games and hear a fun penguin story before heading over to show your costumes off to our resident waddlers.  .

3415: Sep 16, 10-11:30 a.m.  Outrageous Otters
Otter families both large and small love to splash and play games just like you.  Learn about the Asian small-clawed otters and our native North American otters.  Together, we'll figure out which is bigger, which has the largest family and which swims the fastest.

3425: Sep 17, 10-11:30 a.m.  Who's Who at the Zoo

Have you ever wondered who works at the zoo?  Who make the animals food? Who keep the animals safe and sound? Who makes the animals beds and tucks them in at night? We'll meet some new human friends and get a special look at what they do at Woodland Park Zoo.  

3435: Sep 24, 10-11:30 a.m.  Leaping Lemurs
If you like to move it move it then join us on a journey to the island of Madagascar, the only place in the wild lemurs can be found. Red ruffed or ringtail, in the trees or on land, come see and learn about the zoo's leaping lemurs.  

3445: Sep 30, 10-11:30 a.m.  Cruising with Critters
Have you ever seen an interesting vehicle while walking around the zoo? The zoo is home to animals and vehicles of all shapes and sizes. How do we move animals, plants and equipment around the zoo? Learn about many of the different wild wheels used at the zoo as we cruise around visiting all kinds of wild critters..

3455: Nov 12, 10-11:30 a.m.  Here Kitty Kitty...
Wild cats and house cats, what do they have in common?  While some cats like to swim others like to lounge in a pride. Join us as we explore the jungle, travel to the savanna and then deep into the forests of Malaysia in search of the zoo's big cats. 


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

 

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. 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 Individual Registrar at 206.548.2424 x3 or by e-mail.

 

 
 

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