© 2003 Merry L. Morris
The little lesson plans and activity sheets in this section are not designed for a specific age. They are designed to help you teach your child when your child is ready.
Your child will be ready when he expresses an interest in learning what the lessons teach, when he enjoys the activities suggested in the lessons, and when he learns from them.
If your child does not enjoying the activities, do not continue. Instead, wait a few weeks, and try again.
When your child is ready, you will know, because he will be having fun, and he will learn.
|Note: If you are a parent of an infant, toddler, or preschooler, please read my tips on what to say to your infant, toddler, or preschool child while visiting the zoo to make zoo visits educational before looking at the lesson plans in this section.
|Little LION Lesson:
When your child is ready ... zoo trips can help him learn to read, spell, and write the word "lion"
|Little ANIMAL CLASSIFICATION Lesson:
When your child is ready ... zoo trips can help him learn to read and define the words, "mammal", "reptile", "bird", "fish", and "insect".
|Little WEBSITE DESIGN Lesson:
When your child is ready ... zoo trips can inspire your child to design and create his own website to feature his favorite zoo animals (with your help, of course!).
|Little MAMMAL TEST Lesson:
When your child is ready ... zoo trips can help your child learn which zoo animals are mammals
|Little BE A PRETEND ZOOKEEPER Lesson:
When your child is ready ... trips to the zoo can help your child learn what zookeepers do and become a responsible pet owner.
|More coming soon!|