Want to know how Zoo Society environmental education programs can fit into your curriculum?
Click here for our curriculum cross reference guide to Saskatoon Zoo Society programs.
Our Outreach Program runs between October and April each year.
In this exciting program, Zoo Society teachers or interpreters visit your classroom with a live animal
from the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo or biological artifacts (biofacts) from our collection.
We focus the presentation on the ecology of the animal with the aim to reinforce your classroom teachings.
Call 975-3395 for more information or click below.
Please note: we no longer have a supply of owl pellets to loan. Check out our owl pellet program.
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On-site Programs take place at the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo.
We offer programs that take place indoors in our classrooms at the Affinity Learning Centre,
or outdoors around the zoo. Some programs are a combination of classroom presentations
and outdoor walks. Call 975-3395 for more information or click below.
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Through unique experiences provided only at Zoo School, students will learn that all living things,
including themselves, depend upon the interrelationships among plants and animals.
This week-long, out-of-school experience is designed to be a stand-alone unit, or one that will fit within the
scope of grade four curriculums in many subject areas. Call 975-3395 for more information.
NEW: The Saskatoon Zoo Society has received a donation from the Saskatoon Community Foundation to run 8 Zoo Club programs for the 2013-2014 school year. If you are a teacher that is planning on leading a green/environment/zoo club at lunch hour, please call us at the number below to see how we can contribute to your lunch-hour program. This opportunity is run on a first-come, first-served basis.
This is a special lunch-hour program designed to be incorporated into your school’s environment or
ecology club. The program runs from October to April and consists of seven monthly appearances by a
Zoo Society interpreter and an animal ambassador to discuss a variety of ecological principles associated
with the creature.
Call 975-3042 for more information or click below.
Horns, hooves, antlers, teeth, claws, fur, feathers, and more. All touchable, all designed to enhance your classroom teaching about animals. The small boxes of biological artifacts or "biofacts" are available for rent for your classroom.
Currently there are two kits to choose from:
-North American Mammals
Kits are available for loan for $25.00 - which includes a refundable damage deposit of $20.00.
(That's right...it's only $5.00 to rent a Biofact Box).
Shipping is not included in the rental fee.
Biofact Boxes are available for a 2 week loan on a first-come-first-served basis.
Call (306-975-3395) or e-mail (email@example.com) the Saskatoon Zoo Society for more information.