Fieldtrip to EcoVivarium Living Museum
Bring your students out for a fun-filled 90-minute educational museum tour! $10/person (Minimum fee $180) Add on Labs available on request – Art & Culture, Life Science, Life Science + Math $15 per student (Lab extends tour by 30-40 minutes.) If you have participants who cannot walk up and down stairs, please let us know at booking so we can accommodate your tour plans!
Classroom Programs $350
50-minute presentation offering hands-on interaction with live reptiles and arthropods. Thirty students maximum per class. Additional classroom presentations same day are $185 each. Suitable for Preschools through adults.
Science Night Program $450
We bring a variety of animals and artifacts to promote understanding and appreciation of reptiles, amphibians, and arthropods. A bioactive habitat can be displayed to highlight an ecosystem’s interconnected nature with its inhabitants upon request. Easy access to electricity is required. 2.5 hour maximum
Mobile Zoo Program $950 – $1500
We bring 8 to 16 animals in 6-foot Mobile Zoo Habitat Systems – student questions lead program content (unless specific content is requested at booking). Animals are rotated for interaction by the presentation team as students visit the exhibit. Maximum event duration – 6 hours.
Homeschoolers & Co-Ops
For individual homeschool families and small group co-ops that cannot meet the field trip minimum – we offer Homeschool Thursday on the 4th Thursday of each month from September through May. (Dark in November and December.)
Virtual Visits $75
We teach your students a 45-50 minute lesson over Zoom, featuring our live Ambassador Animals and Q&A time. For the teacher – Includes a video introducing the day’s lesson material and an Art, Science, or Language Arts Challenge for post-visit. We are limited to one class – 30 students maximum. We offer single and multi-part courses.
Insect or arachnid?
Reptiles vs. amphibians
Turtles and tortoises
Diversity of lizards
Super squamates (lizards and snakes)
Beyond the scales (reptile anatomy)
Sneaky Scales (Camouflage)
Tricksters of the reptile world
They eat WHAT? How?
Endangered Species and how you can help
Meet your neighbors (San Diego focus)
Dragons East and West
Ancient cultures around the world
Medicinal connections – past and present
Fashion statements – then and now
STEAM-based zoo design
Careers with animals
NGSS and Common Core standards available upon request
Have another idea? Let us know!
We can design something – Just for You!