Join us for Nashville Zoo’s Home School Days. These engaging programs encourage home school students to learn about the importance of conservation by exploring the world of animals. These are both enjoyable and educational programs that feature live animal presentations, animal artifacts and an activity out on the Zoo trail (weather permitting) that will help students make connections between the lesson content and Nashville Zoo animals.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What will my child do during the class? Classes vary somewhat in format, but all include animal encounters, hands-on activities and time in the Zoo.
Will the program topics change each month? Yes, a different program topic will be featured each month.
What are the benefits of registering for a Home School Days program? Besides learning important life science concepts, participants have the opportunity to interact with other home school students.
If my children fall into different grade levels, can I register them for the same class? To maximize individual learning experiences, we ask that you register your children in their correct grade levels, as programs meet the needs of specified age groups.
May I participate in or observe the class with my child? Classes are now designed for children who are able to successfully participate in group-oriented programs without parental involvement. You may tour the Zoo while your student is in class.
May younger siblings participate in or observe the classes? Because programs are designed to meet the needs of specific age groups, we can no longer allow younger siblings to sit in on programs, but they may tour the Zoo with you during the class.
Pre-registration and payment are required.