Threatened Species: Wild Zoo Day – Years 4-7
The Threatened Species: Wild Zoo Day is a session related to themes in Biological sciences in the Australian Curriculum, the Cross-curriculum priorities and General capabilities. Themes explored during the session include why animals are threatened, including habitat loss, irresponsible tourism, poaching and introduced / feral species. They explore concepts of endangered, threatened and vulnerable species in a learning environment surrounded by lion, red panda, koala and snake skins. Students investigate what actions can be taken to address issues related to threatened species with a focus on Australian and South-East Asian animals and habitats.
Teachers can access PDF learning resources and information about a self-guided inquiry into threatened species linked to the Australian Curriculum here: Zoos SA Year 4-7 Learning Experiences.
When: Term 1-4
Adelaide Zoo Education Centre
To be negotiated on booking. Bookings must be made at least one week in advance.
Level: 4, 5, 6, 7
Area: HASS - Geography, Science
Cost: Program fee $2.00 per student. Entry fee: $12 per student, $8 equity
Participants: Maximum of 33 students
Duration: Approx. 45 minutes
ALL school visits must be booked in advance.
To book a visit please contact Adelaide Zoo.
Organising your visit
To receive the entry price discount for education groups you must book at least one week before your visit.
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