- Cost :
$75 per program.
- Capacity :
Up to 25 students and 2 adults.
- Time :
- Cancellation Policy :
All cancellations must be submitted in writing no later than three weeks prior to the date of your program for a full refund. Rescheduling is subject to availability. No refunds will be given and invoices will be issued for any cancellations made within 1 week of the scheduled program date.
- Available Programs:
On the Move (Preschool)
Can you swim like a fish? Slither like a snake? Swing like a siamang? Students will explore animal movement as they hop, crawl and wiggle their way through story, song and activities.
SC Early Learning Standards: AL-5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4; ELA-1.2, 3.6; M-1.5; PD-1.1, 2.2
Counting Critters (Preschool)
1 critter… 2 critter… 3 critter… 4. Students will practice counting and number skills while learning about animals at the Zoo and in the wild!
SC Early Learning Standards: AL-5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4; ELA 1.2, 3.6, 6.1, 6.3; M 1.4, 1.5; PD 2.2
Red, Blue, Who’s at the Zoo? (Preschool)
Young learners will identify colors and explore the many shades found at the Zoo through songs and activities.
SC Early Learning Standards: AL-5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4; ELA 1.2, 3.6, 6.1, 6.3; M 1.4, 1.5, 3.4; PD 2.2
Bug Hunt (Kindergarten–Grade 1)
Bring your curiosity for six-legged creatures. Classes explore insect life cycles and search for superhero bugs in this interactive class.
SC Science Standards: K.L.2A.1, K.L.2A.3, 1.E.3A.1
Critter Café (Kindergarten–Grade 1)
Have a crazy day at the Critter Café as students learn about what animals eat.
SC Science Standards: K.L.2A.3, K.L.2A.6, 1.S.1A.1
Growing Wild (Grades 1–2)
From egg to bird, seed to flower and cub to bear, living things change as they grow. Experience the journey of life as students learn about the growth and development of plants and animals. **Plant or animal emphasis available.
SC Science Standards: 1.L.5A.2, 2.L.5A.1, 2.L.5A.3
Critter Classification (Grades 2–3)
Whether it has fins, fur or feathers, you can tell a lot about a critter by its appearance. Students will discover how animals are categorized by their characteristics in this fun class.
SC Science Standards: 2.L.5A.1, 2.L.5A.2, 2.L.5A.3, 3.L.5A.2
I Can Adapt to That (Grades 2–4)
Animals and plants depend on their adaptations to survive. Students will distinguish inherited from acquired adaptations as we learn how animals and plants survive in some of the world’s harshest places. **Plant or animal emphasis available.
SC Science Standards: 2.L.5A.2, 2.L.5B.2, 2.L.5B.3, 3.L.5A.1,3.L.5B.2, 4.L.5A.4, 4.L.5B.1, 4.L.5B.3
Home Sweet Biome (Grades 4–5)
From the ocean to mountains, wetlands to desert, Earth is covered in beautiful and unique places that living things call home. Students will see what makes each home unique and how plants and animals function within these intriguing places.
SC Science Standards: 4.L.5B.3, 5.L.4A.1, 5.L.4A.2, 5.L.4B.1, 5.L.4B.2, 5.L.4B.3
Covering Carolina (Grades 3–5)
Travel from the Carolina mountains to the sea in this interactive class. Students will explore South Carolina’s five distinct regions, each with its own ecosystem and wildlife.
SC Science Standards: 3.L.5A.1, 3.L.5A.2, 3.L.5B.1, 3.E.4B.2, 4.L.5B.3, 5.L.4A.1, 5.E.3B.2, 5.E.3B.4
CSI: Coat & Skull Investigation (Grades 6–8)
Try your hand at forensic science to observe and categorize evidence about animals. Interactive scientific skill stations and animal encounters can help you provide wild justice.
SC Science Standards: 6.L.4B.1*, 6.L.4B.2, 6.L.4B.5, 7.L.3A.2* 7.EC.5A.3, 8.5.1A.1
(*) Denotes partial completion of standard.