Elephants with NHSA and Zoo in the Classroom
Who wants to learn about Elephants?!? NHSA and Zoo in the Classroom is a high-energy, interactive experience that include music and movement. It is designed to keep children active, engaged, and thriving.
Join the Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute (SNZCBI) and NHSA for three LIVE learning opportunities about Zoo animals, created specifically for Head Start and Early Head Start programs across the country!
- Program 1: Thursday, October 20: Small Mammal House (watch recording)
- Program 2: Thursday, January 19: Cats of All Kinds (watch recording)
- Program 3: Thursday, March 2 (National Read Across America Day): Elephants (watch recording)
Presenters for NHSA and Zoo in the Classroom:
Emily Porter – Manager of Early Childhood and Family Learning Experience
Rachel Hutchison – Associate of Special Projects, NHSA
Nick Young – Preschool Musician, PlayMotion Music
Smithsonian’s National Zookeepers