Zoo Camps 2014
Spring Break Camp 2014
Come explore the wild and the wonderful at the Virginia Zoo's Spring Break Camp! For kids who love to learn about animals, these camps include up-close animal encounters, crafts, games and visits to the Zoo's exhibits. Join us for a day or spend the whole week -- every day is a new adventure!
April 14-18, 2014
Ages: 6-8 and 9-12
Times: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. each day
Per day – Members: $70 per camper; Non-members: $80 per camper
For all 5 days – Members: $250; Non-members: $300
For information: call (757) 441-2374, ext. 229 or e-mail email@example.com
To register: download, complete, and return the registration form. Please note: camps are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Work It! – What’s it like to work at a zoo? A ton of fun! Learn what zookeepers, veterinarians, gardeners, educators, chefs, train conductors and others do every day to make the Virginia Zoo a great place for animals and you.
Monday, April 14 for ages 6-8; Tuesday, April 15 for ages 9-12
Animal Olympics – Which animals hop the farthest, run the fastest or climb the highest, and how do you compare? We’ll learn all about nature’s champions as we go for the gold during this action-packed day!
Tuesday, April 15 for ages 6-8; Wednesday, April 16 for ages 9-12
Ewwww, Zoo! – Bugs, snakes, slime and scat. If it’s gross, we’ve got it! Discover the naturally disgusting and completely fascinating side of the Zoo.
Wednesday, April 16 for ages 6-8; Thursday, April 17 for ages 9-12
Feet are Neat – From sharp claws and sticky toes, to webbed feet and heavy hooves, the perfect paw helps an animal to survive. We’ll discover how animals use their feet for climbing, swimming, digging, hunting – and even doing their hair!
Thursday, April 17 for ages 6-8; Friday, April 18 for ages 9-12
Creature Quest – Your challenge is to rescue an animal that’s hidden somewhere in the Zoo. Along the way, you’ll learn about other amazing animals and the actions kids can take to protect them here in Norfolk and around the world.
Friday, April 18 for ages 6-8; Monday, April 14 for ages 9-12