Welcome to our Activities section. Here you will find a variety of lesson plans relating to wildlife and nature. Most of these would be great introductory or wrap-up activities to a zoo visit.
Students create an animal that is appropriately shaped for survival.
An activity in which students explore the body coverings of animals in terms of texture.
An activity where students name the shapes that might be seen in the bodies of animals
An analytical activity in which students will examine how zoo diets simulate animals’ diets in the wild.
An activity where students learn about the living and non-living components of a habitat
Students select the elements necessary for a particular animal to survive and make a habitat for the animal.
An analytical activity in which students learn that most plants cannot grow in salt water.
An activity to show that birds use their beaks, other body parts, behavior, and tools to capture and process food.
An activity in which students examine the functions and kinds of homes used by animals of the LAND and AIR.
Through this series of lessons, students explore the different modes and means by which animals travel (includes a zoo activity that focuses on animals' feet and methods of movement).