Preschool Video

We bring tables, animals, bins, and EVERYTHING else needed for your students to be as excited and engaged as these young explorers!

Preschool Programs

What to expect...

With the youngest of our guests attending, our preschool programs are designed to keep students engaged and moving, all while learning how important it is to live with animals and do our best to keep our planet happy! We bring live animals, tables, enclosures, displays, and more to your preschool.  Your students will be engaged as they rotate stations, explore our interactive area, and get up close with our live animals! 


Introduction: Your children will begin with an introduction learning what the program entails, as well as behavior expectations.  From here they will be dismissed, one group at a time, to their first station.


Animal Stations: There are 6 stations that your children will rotate between . Each station will have an animal inside an enclosure displayed for viewing, as well as interactive areas.  The three areas are:

  • Animal artifacts: This area will have things such as turtle shells and snake skins, as well as multiple magnifying glasses to get a better view!
  • Hands/Touching: This area will be the most hands-on, with activities including sand and water exploration areas with shovels, fake snakes, and more!
  • Live Animals: Each station has an enclosure with a LIVE ANIMAL!


Animal Presentation: The final part of your preschool program will have students gather together as a group while your educator brings out larger animals and teaches the children of their importance and how we can help to protect them. As the program comes to an end, your educator will give your students an opportunity to touch an animal and take a picture!



WE WORK OUR HARDEST FOR YOUR PRESCHOOLER TO LEARN ABOUT:

  • Exploration and discovery
  • Cooperation
  • Cause and effect
  • Shape/size/color differentiation
  • Sensory awareness
  • Properties of matter
  • Problem solving
  • Spatial relationships
  • Exploring position & directions
  • Measurement

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