K4-2nd Grade

We can bring the zoo to you! The zoomobile runs September through March, Tuesday - Friday and offers lively, hands on programs sure to engage students as they learn. These programs are designed for educational purposes for school programs, scout groups and senior citizen groups.
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Regular Zoomobile Programs

  • 45 minutes in length with a maximum of 30 children per classroom
  • 1 program - $80 / 2 programs - $120 / 3 programs - $155 (each additional program $30)
  • Before hours/After hours fees may apply
  • Breaks/lunch 20 minutes and longer require an additional program fee 
  • A distance fee may apply

Assembly Zoomobile Programs

  • 50 minutes in length
  • Up to 150 children - $180 / 151 to 200 children - $230 / 201 to 250 children - $280
  • A distance fee may apply 

Registration


Start the process by sending a Zoomobile Date Request Form to the Zoo Education Department. Call 864-467-4850 for questions.

K4 Grade K4


Animal Locomotion


  • Meets South Carolina Physical Education Standards 1 & 2 and 2014 Science Academic Standards K.L.2A.3
Explore how animals get around. Children will meet animals that walk, hop, crawl, and fly. They will even try some moves themselves! Note: Because of activities done during class, 25 students is the maximum number allowed.

K5 Grade K5


About Animals


  • Meets South Carolina 2014 Science Academic Standards K.L.2A
This class gets down to the animal basics: their needs, senses, and characteristics. We will also cover what makes an animal an appropriate (or inappropriate) pet.

Animal Locomotion


  • Meets South Carolina Physical Education Standards 1 & 2 and 2014 Science Academic Standards K.L.2A.3
Students will explore how animals move. Children will meet animals that walk, crawl and fly. They will even try some moves themselves. Provider will also present live animals to enhance the presentation. 

Everybody Needs a Home 


  • Meets South Carolina 2014 Science Academic Standards K.L.2A.5 & K.L.2A.6
Nests, burrows, a pile of rocks... every animal needs a home, but how do they find one? Meet some of our education animals, see some real animals' homes and find out how living things are suited for their own particular habitats. 

Who's Who in the Zoo


How much does a giraffe eat? How does the lion get a shot? Where does the zoo get the animals who live there? Zookeeping techniques and general care of the Greenville Zoo animals are emphasized. 

1 Grade 1


Animal Senses


  • Meets South Carolina Health Education Standards G-1.1.1
How do snakes hear without ears? Why do rabbits have eyes on the sides of their head? Students investigate puzzling questions like these through hands-on activities. 

Green Kingdom


  • Meets South Carolina 2014 Science Academic Standards 1.L.5A; 1.L.5A.1; 1.L.5B & 1.E.4B
Do you think all plants are alike? Plants are all around us. We see them everyday. Join us as we discuss how plants are beneficial to both animals and people. 

Who's Who in the Zoo


How much does a giraffe eat? How does the lion get a shot? Where does the zoo get the animals who live there? Zookeeping techniques and general care of the Greenville Zoo animals are emphasized. 

2 Grade 2


Discovering Animal Kingdom


  • Meets South Carolina 2014 Science Academic Standards 2.L.5A & 2.L.5A.1
We compare invertebrates to vertebrates with an emphasis on the five vertebrate classes. Live animals illustrate the basic features of each animal classification. 

Discovering Habitats


  • Meets South Carolina 2014 Science Academic Standards 2.L.5B & 2.L.5B.2
Join us as we explore what makes an animal's home special for them. From sandy deserts to the tops of the rainforests, we will discover some interesting things about these places and investigate how animals survive in their specific habitat. 

Who's Who in the Zoo


How much does a giraffe eat? How does the lion get a shot? Where does the zoo get the animals who live there? Zookeeping techniques and general care of the Greenville Zoo animals are emphasized.