ROAR & SNORE: SCHOOL NIGHTS
Teachers, bring your students (grades 3 to 12) to the Safari Park for a super sleepover that you won't soon forget. Designed especially for school groups and their adult chaperones, this special Roar & Snore night offers a look at the Park that you can only get at night! A terrific theme, awesome activities, and up-close animal encounters mean that an excellent evening is in store for all.
Students solve mysteries at the Park after dark during guided tours, interactive games and challenges, and up-close animal encounters. Programs include dinner, s’mores around the campfire, breakfast, and activities aligned to California science standards as follows:
Grades 3–5 (Life Sciences, Investigation, Experimentation)
Thursday, June 13, 2013
Thursday, October 24
Grades 6–8 (Ecology, Structure and Function, Forces, Investigation/Experimentation)
Thursday, October 10, 2013
Grades 9–12 (Biology/Life Science)
Thursday, October 17, 2013
For students in grades 3–12, with adult chaperones. A chaperone is defined as an adult 18 years of age or older and no longer a high school student. Any student, regardless of age or maturity, is not considered a chaperone and will not satisfy the ratio requirement.
One adult required for every four students. One adult required in every tent (maximum tent capacity is five). Adults cannot attend without student(s). Number of adults cannot exceed number of children. Siblings permitted only if they are a grade-appropriate sibling.