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K & 1st Grades: Zoo Engineers (PM)

Zoo Engineers - Afternoon Session

Grade: K & 1st

HALF- DAY - 1:00pm-4:00pm

T-Shirt: Giraffe

Children being registered for this class must be entering either Kindergarten or First Grade in the Fall of 2017.

Description

Zoo Engineers: Home is where the hooves are. If every animal needs a habitat, how can we make sure they each get what they need? Take a closer look at the enclosures of some of our favorite animal residents to discover how we've designed their homes. How would you do it differently? We'll still need to ensure the animals get everything they need, so put on your zoo engineer hat if you're up to the challenge!

NOTE: Once you are registered for Summer Safari and have completed your transaction, you will receive an automatic email reply with two attachments: your Booking Confirmation and the Summer Safari Documents andInformation.

If you don't receive the confirmation email from DENVER ZOO ONLINE TICKETS within 15 minutes of completing your transaction, please check your junk/spam boxes. The confirmation mentions "tickets". Please disregard this, as tickets are NOT used for camp programs.

K & 1st Grades: The Power Pack (Full Day)

The Power Pack

Grade: K & 1st

FULL DAY - 9:00am-4:00pm

T-Shirt: Okapi

Children being registered for this class must be entering either Kindergarten or First Grade in the Fall of 2017.

Description

The Power Pack: Power up for this active class that explores animal "Zooper Powers" - fantastic features animals have that help them survive. Discover how things like sharp claws, keen eyesight, tough scales, powerful wings and fast feet turn animals into super heroes in their environment. Power Pack campers will also discover their own super powers, and how they can use them to help animals!

NOTE: Once you are registered for Summer Safari and have completed your transaction, you will receive an automatic email reply with two attachments: your Booking Confirmation and the Summer Safari Documents and Information.

If you don't receive the confirmation email from DENVER ZOO ONLINE TICKETS within 15 minutes of completing your transaction, please check your junk/spam boxes. The confirmation mentions "tickets". Please disregard this, as tickets are NOT used for camp programs.

K & 1st Grades: Zoo Engineers (Full Day)

Zoo Engineers

Grade: K & 1st

FULL DAY - 9:00am-4:00pm

T-Shirt: Giraffe

Children being registered for this class must be entering either Kindergarten or First Grade in the Fall of 2017.

Description

Zoo Engineers: Home is where the hooves are. If every animal needs a habitat, how can we make sure they each get what they need? Take a closer look at the enclosures of some of our favorite animal residents to discover how we've designed their homes. How would you do it differently? We'll still need to ensure the animals get everything they need, so put on your zoo engineer hat if you're up to the challenge!

NOTE: Once you are registered for Summer Safari and have completed your transaction, you will receive an automatic email reply with two attachments: your Booking Confirmation and the Summer Safari Documents and Information.

If you don't receive the confirmation email from DENVER ZOO ONLINE TICKETS within 15 minutes of completing your transaction, please check your junk/spam boxes. The confirmation mentions "tickets". Please disregard this, as tickets are NOT used for camp programs.

2nd & 3rd Grades: Wildlife Connections (Full Day)

Wildlife Connections

Grades: 2nd & 3rd

FULL-DAY - 9:00am-4:00pm

T-Shirt: Bear

Children being registered for this class must be entering either Second or Third Grade in the Fall of 2017.

Description

Wildlife Connections: People care for animals every day (including zoo keepers). There are also animals that care for people every day. Have you ever wondered how it feels to work so closely with an animal? To make a Wildlife Connection? This is your chance to find out! How do people and animals help each other across the globe? The best way to find out is to work with some of our favorite Denver Zoo animals and make some personal connections in the process!

NOTE: Once you are registered for Summer Safari and have completed your transaction, you will receive an automatic email reply with two attachments: your Booking Confirmation and the Summer Safari Documents and Information.

If you don't receive the confirmation email from DENVER ZOO ONLINE TICKETS within 15 minutes of completing your transaction, please check your junk/spam boxes. The confirmation mentions "tickets". Please disregard this, as tickets are NOT used for camp programs.

2nd & 3rd Grades: Zoo Stealth Squad (Full Day)

Zoo Stealth Squad

Grade: 2nd & 3rd

FULL-DAY - 9:00am-4:00pm

T-Shirt: Tiger

Children being registered for this class must be entering either Second or Third Grade in the Fall of 2017.

Description

Zoo Stealth Squad: Your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to track some of the world's most covert creatures. How do you track the nearly invisible and unheard from animals, you ask? You'll have to sharpen your science skills and powers of observation to discover crafty creatures and treacherous tricksters. Make sure to snag a spot to this elusive camp before they all disappear. This message will self-destruct in 5, 4, 3, 2... 

NOTE: Once you are registered for Summer Safari and have completed your transaction, you will receive an automatic email reply with two attachments: your Booking Confirmation and the Summer Safari Documents and Information.

If you don't receive the confirmation email from DENVER ZOO ONLINE TICKETS within 15 minutes of completing your transaction, please check your junk/spam boxes. The confirmation mentions "tickets". Please disregard this, as tickets are NOT used for camp programs.

4th & 5th Grades: Conservation Champions

Conservation Champions

Grade: 4th & 5th

FULL-DAY - 9:00am-4:00pm

T-Shirt: Elephant

Children registering for this class must be entering Fourth or Fifth Grade in Fall of 2017.

Description

Conservation Champions: How are all living things on our planet connected? What is Denver Zoo doing to connect and protect some of our favorite residents? Connect with these creatures to embark on a journey to discover how kids like YOU can become a Conservation Champion. Delve into success stories and launch into kid-friendly conservation quests of your own. What role will YOU play once you've uncovered the secret connections that hold our world together?

NOTE: Once you are registered for Summer Safari and have completed your transaction, you will receive an automatic email reply with two attachments: your Booking Confirmation and the Summer Safari Documents and Information.

If you don't receive the confirmation email from DENVER ZOO ONLINE TICKETS within 15 minutes of completing your transaction, please check your junk/spam boxes. The confirmation mentions "tickets". Please disregard this, as tickets are NOT used for camp programs.

6th - 8th Grades: Citizen Scientists

Citizen Scientists

Grade: 6th, 7th and 8th

FULL-DAY - 9:00am-4:00pm

T-Shirt: Orangutan

Children registering for this class must be entering Sixth, Seventh, or Eighth Grade in Fall of 2017.

Description

Citizen Scientists: Citizen Science is collection and data analysis by members of the public (that's us!) as part of collaborative projects with professional scientists. What does this look like at Denver Zoo and how can you contribute? As a Citizen Scientist, you will delve into key issues facing some of the zoo's favorite animals. You will add your own voice to the solution, using technology to get involved with conservation! Conservation isn't just out there you'll be challenged to take action in our own communities, right here at home!

NOTE: Once you are registered for Summer Safari and have completed your transaction, you will receive an automatic email reply with two attachments: your Booking Confirmation and the Summer Safari Documents and Information.

If you don't receive the confirmation email from DENVER ZOO ONLINE TICKETS within 15 minutes of completing your transaction, please check your junk/spam boxes. The confirmation mentions "tickets". Please disregard this, as tickets are NOT used for camp programs.

8th Grade: Advanced Camp - My Future, My Zoo

Advanced Camp: My Future, My Zoo

Grade: 8th Grade Only

FULL- DAY 9:00am-4:00pm

T-Shirt: Orangutan

Children being registered for this class must be entering Eighth Grade in the Fall of 2017.

Description

Advanced Camp - My Future, My Zoo: Do you dream of one day working in a zoo? There are a plethora of opportunities, but where do you begin? Not only will this camp help you learn about career options at the zoo, but you will get to meet the people who do those jobs every day! Shadow our teen volunteers and learn the important first steps in working in this field. Participate in hands on, authentic and fun activities that allow you to see what it is really like to work at the zoo. Interact with zookeepers, veterinarians, conservation biologists, horticulturalists, and educators who together are helping to secure a better world for animals through human understanding.

NOTE: Once you are registered for Summer Safari and have completed your transaction, you will receive an automatic email reply with two attachments: your Booking Confirmation and the Summer Safari Documents and Information.

If you don't receive the confirmation email from DENVER ZOO ONLINE TICKETS within 15 minutes of completing your transaction, please check your junk/spam boxes. The confirmation mentions "tickets". Please disregard this, as tickets are NOT used for camp programs.

Pre-K Grade - The Three Little Pigs (Wolves and Canines)

Monday, March 27, 2017 (9am-4pm)

Grades: Pre-K

Description

The Three Little Pigs (Wolves and Canines)- We've all heard the tale, but are wolves always the mean ones, and pigs always the heroes? How did the Big, Bad Wolf get such a bad rap, anyway? Discover the positive side of wolves and other canine species, and learn about how wild pigs can be!

PLEASE NOTE: Each Safari Mini-Camp date offers programs from 9am-4pm, for children in Pre-K through 3rd grade. When registering, you must register your child for the camp that corresponds to his/her current grade in school.

K&1st Grades - Cyclops and Centaur

Monday, March 27, 2017 (9am-4pm)

Grades: K & 1st

Description

Cyclops and Centaur - Unearth ancient animal myths and legends, and make connections to real-life zoo animals! Learn which animal skulls influenced legends about the Cyclops, and think about what type of half-human, half-animal creature you would choose to be!

PLEASE NOTE: Each Safari Mini-Camp date offers programs from 9am-4pm, for children in Pre-K through 3rd grade. When registering, you must register your child for the camp that corresponds to his/her current grade in school.

2nd&3rd Grades - Animal Connection and Chief Seattle

Monday, March 27, 2017 (9am-4pm)

Grades: 2nd & 3rd

Description

Animal Connections and Chief Seattle - Use Chief Seattle s inspirational tale about nature to get out into the Zoo and make connections to important animals in your life!Think about how humans, plants, and animals all interact and get "caught up" in the "web of life"!

PLEASE NOTE: Each Safari Mini-Camp date offers programs from 9am-4pm, for children in Pre-K through 3rd grade. When registering, you must register your child for the camp that corresponds to his/her current grade in school.

Pre-K Grade - Goldilocks and the Three Bears (Bears)

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 (9am-4pm)

Grades: Pre-K

Description

Goldilocks and the Three Bears (Bears) -  Who's been eating our porridge?  Not our grizzlies or polar bears!  Find out what these creatures really eat and what kinds of beds are just right for them.  What kinds of human items are bears most interested in, and just how might they react to humans surprising them?

PLEASE NOTE: Each Safari Mini-Camp date offers programs from 9am-4pm, for children in Pre-K through 3rd grade. When registering, you must register your child for the camp that corresponds to his/her current grade in school.

K&1st Grades - Dragons

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 (9am-4pm)

Grades: K & 1st

Description

Dragons - Were there ever any giant, flying, flame-breathing lizards devastating the countryside? If not, then why are dragons so popular in legends? Get fired-up to discover the links between the real "dragons" at the Zoo and their mythical cousins.

PLEASE NOTE: Each Safari Mini-Camp date offers programs from 9am-4pm, for children in Pre- K through 3rd grade. When registering, you must register your child for the camp that corresponds to his/her current grade in school.

2nd&3rd Grades - Birds and James Audubon

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 (9am-4pm)

Grades: 2nd & 3rd

Description

Birds and James Audubon - Discover how a young boy fascinated with birds made amazing discoveries that are still being built upon today! Why was James so excited by birds and how did he learn where birds went when it s cold? Let your imagination take flight and study the science of soaring.

PLEASE NOTE: Each Safari Mini-Camp date offers programs from 9am-4pm, for children in Pre-K through 3rd grade. When registering, you must register your child for the camp that corresponds to his/her current grade in school.

Pre-K Grade - Little Red Riding Hood/Tortuga in Trouble (Reptiles)

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 (9am-4pm)

Grades: Pre-K

Description

Little Red Riding Hood/Tortuga in Trouble (Reptiles) -  My, what big TEETH we have here at Denver Zoo!  Tortuga in Trouble explores the traditional tale of Little Red Riding Hood with a Spanish twist. Campers will encounter reptilian creatures with some fantastic features and brilliant behaviors. But are these going to be enough to escape the big, bad wolf?

PLEASE NOTE: Each Safari Mini-Camp date offers programs from 9am-4pm, for children in Pre-K through 3rd grade. When registering, you must register your child for the camp that corresponds to his/her current grade in school.

K&1st Grades - Bigfoot and Yeti

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 (9am-4pm)

Grades: K & 1st

Description

Bigfoot and Yeti - Big hairy apes are real, but what about those walking on two legs and living in North America or in the mountains of Tibet? Learn about these and other giants, and the "evidence"  that may have given rise to these "tall" tales. How do the apes of Denver Zoo compare? Whose feet are bigger?

PLEASE NOTE: Each Safari Mini-Camp date offers programs from 9am-4pm, for children in Pre-K through 3rd grade. When registering, you must register your child for the camp that corresponds to his/her current grade in school.

2nd&3rd Grades - Primates and Jane Goddall

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 (9am-4pm)

Grades: 2nd & 3rd

Description

Primates and Jane Goodall - This incredible woman created her own adventure and went to Africa to study chimpanzees!Find out how her life s work was inspired by a toy monkey, and why Jane Goodall is regarded as the foremost expert on chimps, today.Go bananas as you discover some ape-mazing primate adaptations, and learn just how clever some monkeys can be.

PLEASE NOTE: Each Safari Mini-Camp date offers programs from 9am-4pm, for children in Pre-K through 3rd grade. When registering, you must register your child for the camp that corresponds to his/her current grade in school.

Pre-K Grades - The Tortoise and the Hare (Fast and Slow Animals)

Thursday, March 30, 2017 (9am-4pm)

Grades: Pre-K

Description

The Tortoise and the Hare (Fast and Slow Animals) -  Discover whether slow and steady truly wins the race during this fast-paced camp day! Partake in some animal challenges, and see if you can jump farther than a hare. What is the fastest animal on land, in the air, and in the water, and which animals live at a leisurely pace for a long, long time? Who would win in a race between a tortoise and a sloth?What about a cheetah and a falcon? Find out, before times run out!

PLEASE NOTE: Each Safari Mini-Camp date offers programs from 9am-4pm, for children in Pre-K through 3rd grade. When registering, you must register your child for the camp that corresponds to his/her current grade in school.

K&1st Grades - Phoenix and Griffin

Thursday, March 29, 2017 (9am-4pm)

Grades: K & 1st

Description

Phoenix and Griffin - How is the mythical griffin related to a triceratops? Learn about some real raptors and how they compare to mythical firebirds and lion creatures with wings and beaks!

PLEASE NOTE: Each Safari Mini-Camp date offers programs from 9am-4pm, for children in Pre- K through 3rd grade. When registering, you must register your child for the camp that corresponds to his/her current grade in school.

2nd&3rd Grades - Aquatic Animals and Jacques Cousteau

Thursday, March 30, 2017 (9am-4pm)

Grades: 2nd & 3rd

Description

Aquatic Animals and Jacques Cousteau  - Explore the undersea world while learning about an amazing scientist who made it his life s work to understand what was underwater! Learn why Cousteau was called the  Manfish,  and which devices he invented in order to make studying ocean life easier.Check out some animals that love to swim and learn what you can do to save the sea.

PLEASE NOTE: Each Safari Mini-Camp date offers programs from 9am-4pm, for children in Pre-K through 3rd grade. When registering, you must register your child for the camp that corresponds to his/her current grade in school.

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