Early Education Programs

Play, learn and grow at the Central Florida Zoo.

Parent and Child Programs

It’s never too early to start learning about our planet and the diverse animal life found all around us. Kids ages 2 through 5, alongside a parent or caregiver, can experience a morning of sensory-rich play where they’ll get a chance to meet animals, make music, and much more.

Cub Club – Fall Saturday Programs

 

Fun for you and your little one! 

Join us for a morning of learning about animals through play! We’ve created a fun and interactive learning experience for children and adults to participate in together. Programs include a variety of up-close animal encounters, games, crafts, activities, and stories.

 

Sat. Oct. 13, 2018

Abracadabra!

Discover the magical things that animals can do! How does a caterpillar become a butterfly, a tadpole to a frog? Join us for this lively and magical class!

 

Sat. Nov. 10, 2018

How Many Legs Does It Take…2, 4, 6, 8?

Can you count them? Count them fast! Can you count them from first to last? Who has two legs? Who has four? Count with us and you’ll find more!

 

Sat. Dec. 8, 2018

Colorful Creatures

Journey with us as we explore the amazing rainbow of colors found in nature. Discover how animals can use color as a disguise, a warning, or to attract other animals.

 

Program Details

Ages: 2-5
Time: 9:30 a.m.-10:15 a.m.
Cost Per Child Ages 2-5: $12.00 per class – Annual Pass Holder; $15.00 per class – Non-Pass Holder

Zoo admission is separate and not required to attend. 

Siblings under 2 are free with paid child.

Requirements: 

  • Registered children participating in the program must be two at the start date of the program.
  • One adult per every two children is required.
  • Caregivers are responsible for participating along with the registered child/children.

 

Call: 407.323.4450 ext. 123 

Email: education@centralfloridazoo.org  

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