Explore the Lives of Animals
Children are curious by nature, especially when they watch animals in action. What about organizing a classroom visit to help them understand how reptiles, insects, and small animals live?
Classroom Visit Rates
If booking more than one visit, additional booked visits are discounted. Inquire for details.*
|Barnyard in the Classroom (Pre-K – 5th)||$375*|
|Pollinators and Decomposers (Pre-K – 5th)||$275*|
|BUGS! (Pre-K – 5th Grade)||$275*|
|Reptile Explorers (Pre-K – 5th Grade)||$275*|
*Classroom visits are for 24 – 30 students. For additional students please call 808-8884.
Barnyard Zoom Classroom Visits!
Zoom classroom visits allow children to meet and interact with an array of our farm animals. Receive a brief overview of the animals, their history, and virtually go behind the scenes with our Animal Keepers. Students will have an opportunity to ask questions while our animal keepers showcase each of the barnyard animals.
Barnyard in the Classroom (Pre-K – 5th Grade)
Let us bring the barnyard to you! This amazing workshop lets students interact with a variety of our farm animals. Students will receive brief overviews of farm animals, their natural history, and learn a variety of proper animal terms. The best way to learn about animals is from the animals themselves! Only available within a 25 mile radius of Fairytale Town.
Pollinators and Decomposers (Pre-K – 8th Grade)
Discover the world of Pollinators and Decomposers with real buzzing bees! Students will learn that bees are great pollinators and are responsible for one in every three bites we take of food. Students will also be able to meet amazing bugs like the Giant Hissing Cockroach and African Giant Millipede, who are excellent decomposers.
BUGS! (Pre-K – 8th Grade)
It’s a small world after all! Arthropods make up the largest phylum in the animal kingdom, and that’s a lot! 84% of all known species of animals make up the Arthropoda Phylum! Students will get to meet living specimens and learn about these amazing bugs.
Reptile Explorers (Pre-K – 8th Grade)
Ever heard of an ectotherm? No, it’s not something from a sci-fi movie. Ectotherms are cold-blooded animals, like reptiles! For this visit, we will bring our many reptile friends to the classroom so we can explore their scaly lives together. Students will learn about what defines a reptile, what they eat, and how they protect themselves in the wild.
Classroom Critters (Pre-K – 8th Grade)
Discover the magic of Classroom Critters! Our animal team brings the enchanting world of chinchillas, rabbits, and tortoises right to your classroom! Students will get hands-on experience as we explore whether these adorable critters make the perfect classroom companions for the class! Students will get up close and personal with these fascinating animals, fostering curiosity and a deeper connection with nature. Classroom Critters is where learning meets cuddles, where students embark on a journey of discovery!
*Call or email to inquire about other grade levels! (916) 808-8884 ext. 1 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Classroom Visit Registration
To schedule one of the above classroom visits or for more information, please contact (916) 808-7093 or email@example.com.
Theatre Classroom Visits
A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Fairies & Fools (6th – 12th Grade)
Explore how not to put on a play as your students take on the roles of Shakespeare’s classic clowns. This includes a lively introduction to Bottom, the Mechanicals and their misguided theatrics, sabotaged by Puck and his mischievous magic. The workshop culminates in an unintentionally hysterical performance.
Hamlet/Stage Combat Workshop (9th – 12th Grade)
Pre-selected students will be guided, as a director leads the actors, through the physical blocking of the final scene of Hamlet, including stage combat. This is a big, loud, ranging, high-energy workshop that requires a large bare stage or open area, preferably indoors.
Romeo & Juliet (6th – 12th Grade)
The famous balcony scene will be unlocked and translated line by line in this workshop. Variations of this workshop will explore the five scenes that Romeo and Juliet appear in together, including the dance, balcony, marriage, morning, and tomb scenes.
Other Classroom Visit Options Registration
To schedule one of the above classroom visits or for more information, please contact (916) 808-8884 ext. 1 or firstname.lastname@example.org.