Your classroom adventure beings at Brevard Zoo with a fantastic field trip or a multi-week Zoo School experience! Our Zoo education staff will guide your classroom on an adventure from our virtual learning studio, various Zoo locations or even on site at the Indian River Lagoon. During your journey, students will enjoy interacting with the Zoo education team, keepers and much more! Virtual learning opportunities are limited, so book early!
Connect with us during a classic field trip experience or the Lagoon Quest program! All programs are interactive and work with your classroom format.
FIELD TRIP EXPERIENCE
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 321-254-9453, ext. 219 for cost and to register.
Fur, Feathers, Shells, and Scales (grades K–6)
Investigate the amazing world of animal coverings, coats, and skins as we investigate the differences between mammals, birds, and reptiles.
Habitat Engineers (grades 2–8)
Animals survive in many different types of habitats around the world. We will explore these habitats and learn how animals are some of the world’s best engineers.
Florida Expedition (grades 2–12)
From swamps and marshes to forests and scrubs, Florida’s diverse habitats are home to animals of all kinds. Trek through the Wild Florida section of the Zoo and discover what makes our furry, feathery and scaly neighbors so special.
Aquatic Explorers (Grades: 4-6)
Immerse your class in the underwater world as they explore its biodiversity. Wind through Florida’s waterways to meet aquatic animals and understand their adaptations and habitats.
Dive into the Indian River Lagoon on this student-led, educator-guided adventure featuring a seining demonstration, species identification and much more. Your students will gain an appreciation for and awareness of this natural treasure. Integrated with fourth-grade science, math, social studies and language arts curriculum. Contact Alana Wood at email@example.com to register.
$6 per student
Picture your students in a “living laboratory” where every day is a distinct learning adventure. Our educators create an integrated curriculum packed with behind-the-scenes Zoo tours, up-close animal encounters and much more. Zoo School is now offered to all schools through a multi-week program with live interactions with Zoo educators, keepers and much more! Contact Andrea Aubert at firstname.lastname@example.org for cost and to register.
Join us on a tour through the newest section of the Zoo and encounter a variety of animals in motion through feedings, enrichment and training sessions. Play along with this scavenger hunt!
We’ll come to you! Each program includes live animal encounters and curricula aligned with Florida Standards for grades K–12. Click on each program name in the chart below for more information.
How to Register
Contact us at email@example.com or 321-254-9453, ext. 219 to register at least two weeks in advance. Fall and spring programs fill quickly, so be sure to book early. A minimum of 15 participants is required for each classroom visit. Programs can accommodate up to 35 participants. A confirmation letter with details will be mailed after registration.