Join us for Nashville Zoo’s Homeschool Days!
These engaging programs encourage home school students to learn about the importance of conservation by exploring the world of animals. These are both enjoyable and educational programs that feature live animal presentations, hands-on activities, animal artifacts and an activity out on the Zoo trail (weather permitting) that will help students make connections between the lesson content and Nashville Zoo animals.
Each class is designed to meet the needs of the specified age groups, for this reason we ask that you register your children in their correct grade levels. Neither younger siblings or parents are allowed to sit-in on programs. Parents and other children are welcome to purchase admission or use their membership to tour the Zoo while your student is in class. Your child need only register for one class per month, we offer two days of programming simply to provide parents with flexibility in scheduling their child's class day at the Zoo.
March 25 & 26
Do camels really store water in their humps? Are crocodile tears for real? Come join us as we dispel these and other animal related myths.
Registration opens Feb. 19.
April 15 & 16
Some animals are just natural athletes, but, all animals have special features that allow them to compete, not for sporting victory, but survival.
Registration opens on March 25.
May 13 & 14
Do you have what it takes to be an animal trainer? In this program, learn important animal training techniques and discover how they are used in daily animal care.
Registration opens on April 15.
Daily class schedule:
Session 1: 10 - 11 am, Grades K-1
Session 2: 12 - 1:30 pm, Grades 2-4
Session 3: 2 - 3:30 pm, Grades 5-8
Cost of Program:
Member - $6
Non-Member - $13
Questions? Email email@example.com, or call 615-833-1534 ext. 165.
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