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Bringing Live Animals to the Classroom

Our live animal shows are great for assemblies, school fairs, and your classroom! For classroom specific programs, choose from our selection of program topics below or contact us for a show personalized to fit your lesson plans!

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Pricing

Classroom Critters

Our Teacher's Special! 

For single classes of 25 or less.

We will bring 4 live animals straight to your classroom for a 45 minute presentation and tailor the program to fit your lesson needs! 

See our program topics below or let us know what learning objective you are working towards.

The classroom critters program includes opportunities to touch some of the animals.

$150

 

Herp Mobile

 
This is our standard Herp Mobile Educational Show.

Get the whole school involved! We'll bring 5-6 of our animals to your school for 45-60 minute assembly styled educational show! Bring all the students together, or book multiple shows and divide the shows by grades!




$250 per show
$50 for each additional show
Maximum 3 shows

Reptile Booth

Great for school fairs and other fun school events!

We'll set up tables at your event with live animals and biofacts to explore. Students and families can come explore the table at their leisure.


 Reptile booths include some display animals, some touching animals, and biofacts to interact with.

Click here to head to our booth info page!

Travel fee of  $0.65  per mile applied for programs over 20 miles from home base. Programs over 100 miles contact for custom quote.

Outdoor events are temperature dependent.

Proof of insurance is available upon request.

Payment is due at the end of the program. 

We accept cash and checks.

Invoices are available upon request.

Program Topics

Casual Herp Mobile

This program doesn't have a set topic - we'll just be meeting some of our cold blooded ambassadors and talking about all the cool facts that come with them!  This can include reptiles, amphibians, insects, or turtles.

Diets

Learn about the different diets our animals can have! Do you know the difference between a carnivore, insectivore, omnivore, herbivore, and frugivore? 

Conservationists

Lets talk about endangered species, invasive species, and conservation! What are our reptile friends facing out in the wild and what we can do to help them!

Lizards

Meet some of our lizard ambassadors! We'll be discussing what makes lizards so cool!

Food Chains

How do food chains work? We'll bring animals to your classroom to help students visualize how a food chain would work in the wild.

Adaptations

Why is a blue tongue skinks tongue blue? Why can a gecko drop its tail? Learn what an adaptation is and what unique adaptations our scaly friends have!

Slither, Squiggle, Squirm!

Learn all about snakes and what makes them unique!

Snakes vs Lizards

What's the difference between a snake and a lizard? We'll compare and contrast a couple of our scaly friends to find out!

All Around the World!

We have animals from all over the globe! From Madagascar, to South America, Australia, and of course the US, in this program we will meet animals from different countries!

Cold Blooded Ectotherms

What is the difference between cold blooded and warm blooded? How do cold blooded critters survive? What do they do in winter? Let's ask some of our cold blooded critters!

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