Fifth-grade students will go on an exciting quest into the Zoo to learn how changes in the environment have affected animals worldwide and how humans are helping endangered species.
Students will meet live animals as they learn about animal adaptations, life cycles, behaviors, and physical characteristics. An exploration of ZooLab pond with microscopes will illuminate the diversity of living organisms and the importance of water cycles. We’ll be going “paws on” at the Zoo to learn more about environmental changes, endangered species and how to help!
Florida State Standards
Big Idea 1: The Practice of Science
Big Idea 7: Earth Systems and Patterns
SC.5.E.7.2; SC.5.E.7.5; SC.5.E.7.6
Big Idea 14: Organization and Development of Living Organisms
Big Idea 15: Diversity of Living Organisms
Big Idea 17: Interdependence
Strand: Writing Applications Standard 2: Informative
Strand: Communications Standard 1: Penmanship
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Dates: Monday – Friday
Ages: 5th Grade
Group Size Per Day – Min. 15 students, 1 adult / Max. 72, 16 adults
*Please plan to schedule more than one date if you have more than 72 students.
Students: $15.00 each
One Chaperone per 10 students required: Free
Additional chaperones at $18.00 per person.
Seminole County Public School Discount Rate:
Students: $11.25 each
One chaperone per 10 students required: Free
Additional chaperones at $18.00 per person
Reservations Required Two Weeks in Advance
Call: 407-323-4450 ext. 123