Virtual programs

Virtual Education Programs bring Pueblo Zoo education animals and programs to your online curriculum and engage you remotely. We will do our best to accommodate all teaching and meeting platforms.

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR ALL

Conservation Education

Pueblo Zoo educational programming meets CDE state standards and Next Generation Science
standards in Life Science. Though these programs are geared toward K-12 learning, these programs can be made available to anyone. Let us know and we will help you develop a specialized learning program to fit your needs.

HANDS-ON ACTIVITY
Online presentation includes activities, assessment, and book recommendations.
VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP
Participants visit animals at the zoo that represent concepts in each lesson.
ANIMAL PRESENTATION
Real-time Q&A and presentations of our education animal ambassadors.
ACTIONABLE CONSERVATION MESSAGE
Every lesson includes actions students can take to reduce their impact on wildlife.

Choose from the following 1-hour, standards-aligned programs OR contact us to explore more online education opportunities:

Kindergarten: Animal Encounter

First Grade: Coats and Colors

Second Grade: Biodiversity

Third Grade: Animal Adaptations

Fourth Grade: Growth and Development

Fifth Grade: Food Chains

Middle School: Wolves of the West

High School: The Shortgrass Prairie

Questions?

Contact Anne at acasey@pueblozoo.org for more information.  Hope to "see you" soon!

Testimonials

 

Heather + everyone at the zoo, thank you so much for the virtual programming. We loved seeing the animals and learning about them. The boys’ favorites keep changing every time we talk about it. It was a hit!

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Pueblo Zoo  • 3455 Nuckolls Ave.  •  Pueblo, CO 81005  

Phone: 719-561-1452  Fax: 719-561-8986

 

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