Go wild right at home as the San Diego Zoo brings the zoo to you! Say hello to the San Diego Zoo Kids Corner, a series of fun and wild adventures to teach your kids more about animals and their lifestyles. It’s the perfect activity to inspire your little ones to love the creatures and critters that make up our wildly diverse world.
In each episode, Dr. Zoolittle, Roberta the Zebra, and a cast of cool characters share stories, jokes, poems, songs, and interesting facts about wildlife. They also show you their favorite magic tricks, cook yummy treats, lead you through science experiments, and demonstrate how to make special crafts. With 16 episodes in total, this show will surely become a family favorite.
What You’ll Learn
There’s so much to discover from episode one through the very end. Learn how animals design and build their habitats. Explore the world of carnivores to find out why they’re essential to ecosystems. Find out what it’s like growing up in different animal families and observe the unique ways they stay warm in freezing temperatures. Then, dive right in (the water’s warm!) as we meet some sea creatures and tour their aquatic habitats. And learn what traits modern animals share with dinosaurs.
That’s not all! You’ll also get a behind-the-scenes look at how zoos create habitats for their animals and take care of the oh-so-cute baby animals. Plus, your kiddos can test their knowledge with fun and interactive quizzes and learn through captivating experiments and kid-friendly cooking demos.
How to Watch
San Diego Zoo Kids Corner is screen time well spent and completely free and easy to access! Just visit zoo.sandiegozoo.org/kids-corner to watch now. Make it a family affair by streaming them to your TV or let your littles learn on their own with a tablet or laptop.
About the San Diego Zoo
As one of the nation’s top zoos, The 100-acre San Diego Zoo is home to more than 3,500 rare and endangered animals representing more than 650 species and subspecies, and a prominent botanical collection with more than 700,000 exotic plants. Run by the not-for-profit San Diego Zoo Global, they are committed to saving species worldwide by uniting their expertise in animal care and conservation science with their dedication to inspiring passion for nature.