Have the Zoo come to you! Interactive, curriculum-based sessions will make lesson concepts come alive;
several programs even have the option to invite Zoo animals to your classroom! Or sign out one of our touch cases, full of
biofacts for your class to explore.
Zoo to You
Book by phone: 416-392-5942
Knowledgeable and experienced Toronto Zoo
Volunteers present our Zoo to You programs, which include engaging activities, discussions, and lots of biofacts (animal
coverings, skulls, and more) to explore. Learning the curriculum has never been so much fun!
Each session is 1 to 1 ½ hours in length.
Maximum 30 students per session.
Cost: $100/session (Toronto area), second session $50
$150/session (outside Toronto area)
|Introduction to Animals
|*Growth & Change in Animals
||Grade 2||Live animal option available!|
|*Habitats & Communities: Praries
||Grade 4||Live animal option available!|
|Habitats & Communities: Mountains
|Biodiversity & Vertebrate Classification
|Sustainability & You
Programs with Live Animals!
Invite Animal Amassadors from the Zoo into your classroom for a truly memorable experience. In addition to the
activities, discussions, and biofacts from our Zoo to You programs, your class will also be visited by two amazing
animal visitors which illustrate curriculum concepts right before your students' eyes!
*Available only for those programs marked with an asterix. Additional fee of $125 applies per session. To add on this option,
please indicate at time of booking.
Check out additional live animal options:
Invite the Toronto Zoo's Animal Outreach program to wherever you are!
||Events at the Zoo|
Make your event at the Toronto Zoo even more special by having an animal visitor!
Touch Cases 416-392-5942
Touch Cases are full of fascinating hands- on animals biofacts, pictures and suggested activities for use in your classroom. Touch Cases can be borrowed for $30 per month. Transportation to and from the Zoo is the teacher's responsibility.
Birds and Bird Nests
Knowledgeable Zoo Volunteers deliver tours and Outreach Programs. Their interest in wildlife, conservation, education and children is what they share in common. Volunteers complete a twelve-week training course and write an exam before they become eligible to present educational programs. Many professions are represented in our volunteer group, including former teachers.