STLZOOms for School Audiences

These FREE presentations are targeted for school audiences.  Please check each description for the ideal grade range (varies from week to week). Each presentation will last 20 to 30 minutes and online attendance is limited to 1000.  Registration required.

To learn more about other virtual program options for school groups, visit the link below.

Programs for School Groups

STLZOOm Presentations

Wednesday, September 15 at 10 a.m.

All About Red Pandas

We're celebrating International Red Panda Day! Come discover the adaptations that make these little carnivores unique and how keepers care for our red panda, Pete! Appropriate for all ages.
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Wednesday September 22 at 10 a.m.

All About Elephants and Rhinos

How can you tell that elephants are always ready for an adventure? They’ve always got their trunks ready to go! (Hah!) But those rhinos always try to charge their way in. (Hehe!) Come on an adventure with us to learn about Asian elephants and black rhinoceroses at the Saint Louis Zoo, how we help, and what you can do to help too! Ideal for all ages. 
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Wednesday, September 29 at 10 a.m.

(Not So) Spooky Zoo Story

As the wind blows the dry leaves away, find out who's hiding! Join us for a not so spooky adventure to learn about animals at the Saint Louis Zoo. This webinar is ideal for ages PreK-2nd grade.
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Wednesday, October 6 at 10 a.m.

Intelligent Insects

Are you smarter than a six-legger? Insects walk, crawl, fly, even swim, but what else can they do? Insects have many behaviors that are mind-boggling to humans. How do bees communicate? Can wasps recognize where they live? Why do butterflies sit in mud puddles? Come learn how intelligent insects are and about the types we have at our Saint Louis Zoo Insectarium! Ideal for 4th-6th grade (ages 10-12 years).
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Wednesday, October 13 at 10 a.m.

All About Okapis

We're celebrating World Okapi Day! Come discover the adaptations that make okapis unique and how keepers care for them at the Zoo! We’ll also learn how the Zoo is helping okapis and what you can do to help them, too. (Appropriate for all ages)
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Wednesday, October 20 at 10 a.m.

Mysterious Creatures of the Night

It’s getting dark, a bit spooky outside, and many mysterious creatures are beginning to crawl around! Come along with a Zoo Educator to discover wild new things about nocturnal animals like owls, bugs, and bats, and why they might not be as scary as they seem.  Ideal for 3rd-5th grade.
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Wednesday, October 27 at 10 a.m.

All About Lemurs

Some may describe their movements as ghostly, their calls as spooky; but we would describe lemurs as AMAZING! Leap on over and celebrate lemurs with us as we learn about what makes them unique and why they are important! All ages welcome.
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Previous STLZOOms

Did you miss any of our webinars from this past spring and summer? These webinars include crafts, activities and information videos geared for children and families. Visit our Youtube channel or the link below.

Previous STLZOOMs