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Education Programs

The Air Zoo's team of world-class educators are focused on creating affordable, interactive educational programs that not only stimulate and engage students during their presentation, but also inspire them to continue their exploration of science long after the program's conclusion. Financial Aid, Scholarships, and Grants are available! Click HERE to download an application. All programming is created by licensed Michigan teachers who utilize a unique approach of once-in-a-lifetime experiences coupled with dynamic lesson plans and "hands-on" activities. Each program is designed to encourage a student's innate curiosity and instill the fundamental scientific, technological, engineering, and mathematical tools needed to succeed in today's world.
The Air Zoo's education team also brings the best of what they do into your community, and can travel to your location and conduct the same engaging, interactive programs offered at the Air Zoo. This option is a fun and exciting way to supplement your current lessons, or can be used as a reward to motivate your students towards an important goal.
You and your students are sure to have an unforgettable experience with the Air Zoo. The table below illustrates our various courses and their corresponding grade levels. For questions and additional program info, please contact our Education Team at education@airzoo.org.
To schedule a program, please contact our Event Staff at 269.350.2848, or via email at events@airzoo.org

Download a pdf copy of the Air Zoo's new, full-color Education Program Guide by clicking HERE.


Location Options

Experience the Air Zoo's education programs at our location at 6151 Portage Rd, Portage, MI, or our Education Team can come directly to you for the low price of $200 per 30 students! Pricing for programs experienced at the Air Zoo is in addition to $8.00 admission per student, which gives them access to all exhibits and rides. PROGRAMS BOOKED AND ATTENDED BY DECEMBER 31ST, 2014 SAVE 15%! SAVE 10% ON ANY PROGRAM BOOKED BY DECEMBER 31ST, 2014, AND ATTENDED BY MARCH 31ST, 2015! To book an educational program, or for questions, contact our Event Staff at 269.350.2848, or via email at events@airzoo.org for details.

Program Catalog

Programs are listed below chronologically by age group (PreK- 5th grade, 6th-8th grade, 9th-12th grade). All program descriptions contain the applicable Michigan Grade Level Content Expectations and Next Generation Science Standards.


PreK-5th Grade Science Education Programming


Kids build their own model rocketsFantastic Flying! Pre - K

Discover how people learned to fly by studying birds and experimenting with kites, gliders, and planes! Young aviators explore the forces of flight, compare the shapes and structures of a bird's body with an airplane's, and learn about basic aircraft construction while making their own, take-home flying machines. This highly-interactive program provides students with a strong, introductory knowledge of aviation principles and inspires them to learn more!
$4* - 45 minutes
Fulfills the Following Requirements: K-PS2-1, KPS2-2, K-2-ETS1-1, K-2-ETS1-2, S.IA.00.12

Ocean Kids PreK - K
Students "dive" into the ocean using realistic puppets, ocean-themed music, and dramatic play to experience the diversity of animal species below the waves. Fish, sharks, sea turtles, dolphins, rays, and more will come to life in this wild ocean environment. Young oceanographers will take home their own unique octopus puppet.
$4* - 45 minutes
Fulfills the Following Requirements: LS1.C, LS2.A, LS2.C, LS2.D, LS4.C, LS4.D, K-ESS2-2, K-ESS3-1, K-PS3-1, L.OL.03.42, L.EV.03.12, L.EC.E.1, L.EC.04.2h

Weather Explorers PreK - K
Children encounter air pressure at work with a large, puppet version of the "Cat in the Hat", and explore the question; "What is weather, and why is it important to us?" Kids learn about and utilize the vocabulary of weather, view instruments used to measure our changing atmosphere, and create tools to measure wind direction in this wacky weather workshop.
$4* - 45 minutes
Fulfills the Following Requirements:KESS2-1, K-LS1-1, K.MD.A.2, K-ESS2-1

Astronauts K - 2nd Grade

Young Air Zoo visitors wearing astronaut suits Astronauts are living in space! Join us to learn more about the special tools, astronaut suits, and equipment used aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Young explorers end the class by designing their own space suits to take home!

$4* - 45 minutes
Fulfills the Following Requirements: K-LS1-1, 1-LS1-1, 2-PS1-3

High Flying Fun! K - 2nd Grade
Discover how people learned to fly by studying birds and experimenting with kites, gliders, and planes! Young aviators compare the shapes and functions of a bird's body with an airplane. After making their own flying machines, students explore how to change the direction and speed of their flights by investigating forces of motion!
$4* - 45 minutes
Fulfills the Following Requirements: K-PS2-1, KPS2-2, 1-ESS1-1, K-2-ETS1-1, K-2-ETS1-2, S.IA.00.12, P.FM.00.34

Ocean Odyssey K - 3rd Grade
In this course, students examine marine aquatic ecosystems, including coral reefs and the deep sea, and learn about the inhabitants that call them "home". Using realistic marine puppets, children visualize and experience the biodiversity and adaptations of these unique ocean animals. Ocean-themed music will get the kids moving as they conclude the class with an oceanic craft project.
$4* - 45 minutes (1 hour - 3rd Grade)
Fulfills the Following Requirements: LS1.C, LS2.A, LS2.C, LS2.D, LS4.C, K-ESS2-2, K-ESS3-1, K-PS3-1, 3-LS4-3, L.OL.03.42,
L.EV.03.12, L.EC.E.1

Milky Way K - 2nd Grade
Students are introduced to the planets in our solar system through literature and interactive modeling. Young astronomers act out the movements of the sun, moon, and stars while describing the patterns of night and day in this captivating program.
$4* - 45 minutes
Fulfills the Following Requirements: ESS1.B, ESS1.C, ESS2.A, K-2 Engineering, 1-ESS1-1

Magnet Busters! 2nd - 3rd Grade
Explore the wonders of working with magnets while applying the Law of Magnetism to specific problem-solving activities. Using a magnetic sensor, students investigate and collect data on what types of materials a magnetic field will pass through, predict which objects are magnets, and discover how to increase the magnetic field of an object!
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: K-2-ETS1-3, 3-PS2-1, 3-PS2-2, 3-PS2-3, 3-PS2-4, P.PM.E.3, S.IP.02.13, S.IP.03.16

Slime Science Camp at the Air Zoo Joss with SlimeSlime Science 2nd - 3rd Grade

Experience chemical changes by creating a variety of "slime" substances in a lab setting using common household products. This messy program includes measuring, using scientific equipment, and exploring the properties of matter. Learn about animals that naturally produce their own slime!
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: PS1.A, PS1.B, K-2 ETSI-2, 2-PS1-1, 3-5ETSI-3, P.PM.02.12, P.PM.02.41, and S.IP.03.13

Storm Chasers 3rd Grade
Young meteorologists make weather observations, use weather map skills, and operate weather instruments while learning the science behind our changing atmosphere. Students study natural hazards like tornadoes and floods by interacting with a dry ice tornado and a 5-foot stream table model.
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: ESS3.B, ESS2.D, 3-ESS2-1, 3-ESS2-2, MP.5

Air Zoo Science Day Camp Class kids using a stream table west michigan kalamazoo portageDynamic Earth 3rd - 5th Grade

Children reveal Michigan history and encounter authentic fossils while learning to interpret map data in this hands-on laboratory course. Additional activities include the observation of simulated glacial movements and re-creating the formation of the Great Lakes.
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: 3-LS4-1, 4-ESS1-1, 4-ESS2-2, ESS2.A, ESS2.C, L.S4.A, E.SE.03.22, S.IP.03.13, S.RS.04.11, E.ST.04.31

Tiger Trek! 3rd - 5th Grade
Embark on an immersive classroom expedition and meet a family of endangered Bengal tigers! Budding naturalists engage their senses of sight, sound, touch, and smell as a wildlife biologist guides them through interactive exhibits highlighting the physiology, behavior, and daily lives of these powerful predators. Students experience the Digital Climbing Wall challenge that utilizes wildlife sounds and moving lights to simulate a hunt or other interactive games.
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements:
3-LS3-1, 3-LS4-2, 5-PS3-1, LS2.A, LS2.D, LS4.C

Life in Space 3rd - 5th Grade
Students discover the social, physiological, and technological challenges posed by extended stays in space, and see the systems used to sustain life aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Given a Commander, Engineer, or Mission Specialist role, young astronauts work as a team to complete a challenge that simulates the conditions experienced during a space walk. They also learn about current scientific experiments taking place in space and discuss their potential benefits.
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements:
ESS2.E, ESS3.A, ETSI.A, ETSI.B, LS1.C, LS1.D, LS2.C, LS2.D, 3-LS4-3, 4LS1.B, 4-LS1-8,
4-LS1-2, 4-PS3-4, 4-PS3.B, LS1-3, S.RS.04.17, L.OL.04.16, S.RS.06.14

Hot Wired! 3rd - 5th Grade
Students learn the fundamentals of electricity while constructing multiple open and closed circuits, building electromagnets, and relaying messages on a real telegraph! This exploratory course is designed to give students an understanding of how electricity and energy are transferred to devices used in daily life.
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements:
3-PS2, 3-ESS3, 4-PS3, 4-PS3, 3-5 ETS1P, EN.04.42, P.EN.E.5, P.EN.04.52

Junior Imagineers 4th - 5th Grade
Young engineers demonstrate their knowledge of work, energy, and forces while exploring the history and power of simple machines during this hands-on STEM workshop! After designing and building their own siege machines and participating in a completely safe "castle wars" activity, students return home excited about science and engineering!
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: 3-5-ETS1-1, 3-5-ETS1-3

Lightning Volt! 4th - 5th Grade
Students discover the fantastic world of static electricity while creating voltage between different objects and transferring electrical energy from one object to another! Activities include experimentation with a Wimshurst Static Machine, the world's first battery, and a perfectly safe "hair-raising" 325,000-volt Van de Graaff generator!
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: 4-PS3-4, 5-PS2-1, 5-PS3-1, P.EN.04.12, P.PM.E.5P.PM.E.3, S.IP.02.13, and S.IP.03.16

Slime Works 4th - 5th Grade
Students investigate the science of polymers while exploring the properties of matter in common household materials. Through testing a variety of "slime" substances in a lab setting, future chemists learn how different combinations of chemicals can result in oozing oobleck, gooey gak, and squirmy slime. Young scientists develop proper lab practices while adhering to the scientific method.
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: 4-PS3-4, 5-PS1-3, 3-5ETSI-3, P.PM.02.12, P.PM.02.41, P.PM.E.2

Rockin' Roller Coasters 4th - 5th Grade
Young physicists learn how speed, mass, g-force, and potential energy affect the design of the most popular thrill rides on the planet! Students use engineering principles to cooperatively build and test their own large- scale roller coasters in this popular class experience!
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: 4 - PS3-4, 3-5-ETS1-2, 3-5-ETS1-3, P.EN.04.43, P.FM.05.22

This IS Rocket Science! 4th - 5th Grade
Young astrophysicists participate in a safe, static test launch of a secured model rocket and collect data and make observations of how rockets work! Students gain a working knowledge of physical forces and Newton's Laws of Motion through racing the force of gravity, investigating the exchange of thermal energy, creating real-life action/reaction scenarios, and building and launching their own model rockets (weather permitting). Students take home a re-usable model rocket.
$8* - 2 hours
Fulfills the Following Requirements: LS1.C, LS2.A, LS2.C, LS2.D, LS4.C, K-ESS2-2, K-ESS3-1, K-PS3-1, 3-LS4-3, L.OL.03.42, L.EV.03.12, L.EC.E.1

Water Wise 4th - 5th Grade
In this course, students explore the role water has played in the development of our planet and its dynamic ecosystems. Utilizing a stream table, children use problem-solving skills to explore the natural properties of water movement, landform development/destruction, and the consequences of human activity on the land. Experiments include filtering polluted water using common materials, demonstrating possible solutions for producing clean drinking water across the globe.
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: 3-5-ETS1-3, 4-PS3-2, 5-PS2-1, MS-PS2-2, S.IP.05.11

Blast Into Space 4th - 5th Grade
Young rocket scientists investigate the forces placed on an astronaut during a space mission and explore ways of increasing a rocket's kinetic energy using Newton's Third Law of Motion! Students learn the science behind a real Mission to Mars and discover how difficult it is to drive a rover on the Red Planet!
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: 3-5-ETS1-3, 4-PS3-2, 5-PS2-1, MS-PS2-2, S.IP.05.11

Young Aviators 4th - 5th Grade
Students explore the science and history of flight during this exciting hands-on experience! Young Aviators experiment with the four forces of flight and learn about the dynamics of airplane flight through building take-home gliders, training on real flight instruments, and piloting the Air Zoo's unique full-motion flight simulators!
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: 3-5-ETS1-3, 4-PS3-4, 5-ESS2-1, 5-ESS2, 5-ESS3-1, S-PS2-1, MP.2, P.FM.05.31

6th-8th Grade Science Education Programming


Aviation Design 6th - 8th Grade
What does it take to design a new aircraft? Aspiring aerospace engineers examine this engineering challenge through studying the four forces of flight, exploring angle of attack, and piloting the Air Zoo's unique full-motion flight simulators! Students explore aircraft design and aerodynamic principles while building and testing their own wing prototypes in the Air Zoo's wind tunnel!
$6* - 2 hours
Fulfills the Following Requirements: MS-ETS1-2, MS-ETS1-3, MS-ETS1-4, P.EN.06.42, S.IP.07.11

Watts Up? 6th - 8th Grade
Discover the fantastic world of static electricity while creating voltage between different objects! Students explore the structure of the atom, the Law of Electrostatics, and the power of electrical potential energy by experimenting with a Wimshurst Static Machine and the perfectly safe "hair-raising" 325,000-volt Van de Graaff generator!
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: MS-PS2-3, MS-PS2-5, K-7 Standard P.EN, P.PM.E.5, P.EN.04.12

Flight School Science! 6th - 8th Grade
Students explore the science and history of flight during this hands-on experience! Participants build FPG-9 gliders and experiment with the four forces of flight, control surfaces, and Bernoulli's Principle in a working wind tunnel. These science concepts are further explored as students receive pilot training on real flight instruments and experience the first-hand thrill of flying in the Air Zoo's full-motion flight simulators!
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: MS-PS2-1, MS-PS2-2, MS-PS2-4, MS-ETS1-2, S.RS.07.19, P3.1A, P3.1d

The Forces are With You! 6th - 8th Grade
Young scientists utilize engaging models to demonstrate the power of physics and learn about Newton's Laws of Motion. Basic physics principles come to life as students manipulate variables during hovercraft testing, and construct catapults to test the formula: Force = Mass x Acceleration.
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: MS-ESS1-2, MS-PS2-1&2, PS3.A, B, C, ETS1.A, S.RS.06.15

Eco-Explorers 6th - 8th Grade
Explore the great outdoors! Young nature lovers learn how plants and animals interact within an ecosystem to survive. Using field equipment, students encounter pond and field habitats and collect samples of pond life for indentification. In case of inclement weather, explorers utilize microscopes, view prepared field samples, and make bio-bottles to be brought back for further independent study.
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: E.SE.06.21, E.SE.06.41, L.EC.06.23, MS.ESS2-6, ESS2.C

High Voltage! 6th - 8th Grade
Students learn the fundamentals of electricity while constructing multiple open and closed circuits, generating electric currents using magnets, and building real electric motors! This exploratory course is designed to give students an understanding of electricity and how energy is transferred to devices used in daily life.
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: MS-PS1, MS-PS2-3, MS-PS2-5, P.EN.06.42, S.IP.06.13

Kinetic Coasters 6th - 8th Grade
Young physicists learn how acceleration, the Law of Conservation of Energy, and potential and kinetic energy affect the design of the most popular thrill rides on the planet! Students use engineering principles to cooperatively build and test their own roller coasters.
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: MS-PS3-1, MS-PS3-5, MS-ETS1-2, P.EN.06.11, P.EN.06.12, P2.2A

Senior Imagineers 8th Grade
Aspiring engineers expand their knowledge of mechanical advantage, energy, and work, while exploring the history and influence of machines in this exciting, hands-on STEM workshop! Students design and build their own machines and participate in an innovative engineering challenge that is sure to get them excited about science and engineering!
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: HS-PS2-1, HS-PS2-2, HS-PS3-3

Tigers: Wildlife Encounter 6th - 8th Grade
Encounter an endangered Bengal tiger family in their native Indian habitat. Using CT-Scans, touch screen technology, and immersive exhibits, this interactive program prompts young biologists to compare tiger vs. human anatomy, visualize body systems, and examine tiger survival adaptations. Explorers will develop a clear understanding of humans' impact on the dynamic interactions between competing species. Option: experience the Digital Climbing Wall challenge that uses wildlife sounds and moving lights to simulate a hunt or other cooperative games during free time.
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: MS-LS1-3, L.EC.M.2, L.EC.M.4, L.EC.06.23, E.ES.07.41

Mission to Space 7th - 8th Grade
Investigate how aerospace engineers use rockets and space planes to tackle the challenges of reaching space in the 21st century! Students apply their knowledge of Newton's Laws of Motion while working within time and budget constraints to design successful space vehicles.
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: MS-PS2-1, MS-PS2-2, MS-PS3-5, MS-ESS1-3, E.S.T.M.2, S.RS.M.1

Blast Into Space 6th Grade
Aspiring astrophysicists investigate forces placed on an astronaut during a space mission and use Newton's Third Law of Motion to explore ways of increasing the kinetic energy of a rocket! Students learn the science involved in a real Mission to Mars and discover how difficult it is to drive a rover on the Red Planet.
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: 3-5-ETS1-3, 4-PS3-2, 5-PS2-1, MS-PS2-2, S.IP.05.11

This IS Rocket Science! 6th - 8th Grade
Young astrophysicists participate in a safe, static test launch of a secured model rocket and collect data and make observations of how rockets work! Students gain a working knowledge of physical forces and Newton's Laws of Motion through racing the force of gravity, investigating the exchange of thermal energy, creating real-life action/reaction scenarios, and building and launching their own model rockets (weather permitting). Students take home a re-usable model rocket.
$8* - 2 hours
Fulfills the Following Requirements: 3-5-ETS1-3, 4-PS3-4, 5-PS2-1,MP.2 (5-ESS2-1), (5-ESS2-2), (5-ESS3-1) ,MS-PS2-2, MS-PS2-1, MS-PS3-3, M.MR.04.14, A.PA.06.01, P.FM.05.42

Mystery at the Museum 6th - 8th Grade
A "crime" has been committed at the Air Zoo! Young forensic investigators learn about, and apply, real-world Crime Scene Investigation (C.S.I.) protocols. The focus of this innovative and unique class involves solving an Air Zoo mystery by collecting finger prints, analyzing trace evidence with microscopes, and synthesizing evidence from the crime scene to identify a suspect. Realistic forensic crime scene techniques will engage and inspire young detectives!
$6* - 2 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: MS-Planning and carrying out an investigation, MS-Engaging in Argument from Evidence, MS-Structure and Function, MS-Interdependence of Science, MS-ETS1.B, RST.11-12.9, S.I.P.07.16, S.RS.06.13

9th-12th Grade Science Education Programming


Senior Imagineers 9th - 12th Grade
Budding engineers increase their knowledge of mechanical advantage, energy, and work, and explore the history and influence of machines during this hands-on STEAM workshop! Through designing and building a variety of machines and participating in an innovative engineering challenge, students are certain to go home excited about science and engineering!
$4* - 1 hour
Fulfills the Following Requirements: HS-PS2-1, HS-PS2-2, HS-PS3-3

Aeronautical Engineering 9th - 12th Grade
What does it take to design a new aircraft? Aspiring aeronautical engineers examine this real world engineering challenge and study Bernoulli's Principle of air pressure, lift-to-drag ratios, and flight controls. Students explore aircraft design and aerodynamic principles, build and test wing prototypes in the Air Zoo's wind tunnel, and put their flying skills to the test in the Air Zoo's full-motion flight simulators.
$6* - 2 hours
Fulfills the Following Requirements: HS-PS2, HS-ETS1-1, HS-PS2-3, P1.1F, P4.3C, P3.4B

Crime Scene Investigation 101 9th - 12th
A "crime" has been committed at the Air Zoo! The focus of this innovative and unique class involves solving an Air Zoo mystery utilizing real-world Crime Scene Investigation (C.S.I.) protocols. Young sleuths lift and identify finger prints, analyze trace evidence with microscopes, and synthesize evidence from the crime scene to identify the suspect. Student Crime Scene Investigators work cooperatively to determine the guilty party while discovering CSI careers, real crime scene procedures, and evidence collection and preservation techniques.
$6* - 2 hours
Fulfills the Following Requirements: HS-PS1-3, WHST.9-12.7, HSN-Q.A.3, RST.11-12.9

Living History of WWII 9th - 12th Grade
Students gain a uniquely personal perspective of the war that changed the world by participating in several realistic role-playing challenges. Students must decide whether to enlist in the armed forces or wait to be drafted, and then explore the consequences of their decisions. In addition to experiencing life in various combat zones, both in the air and on land, students examine how participation in World War II changed American culture and propelled the United States into the role of a Global Power.
$6* - 2 hours
Fulfills the Following Requirements: K1.6, K1.9, P2.2 R, P2.4, P2.5, 7.1.2, 7.2.3, 7.2.2, K1.4

Science On The Go! Onsite programming at your location.

The Air Zoo understands that the planning and logistics of field trips can be daunting. "Science On the Go!" program options bring our Education Team directly to your students, performing the same amazing educational programs at your school or learning space! This great alternative to an off-site field trip provides a unique way to supplement current lessons, and/or reward students. Most of the Air Zoo's education programs in this Education Guide are available as "Science on the Go" experiences.
$200 per 30 students.
A travel fee of $0.50 per mile will apply for programs within a 30 mile range. Programs outside of a 30 mile range will be quoted a travel fee.

Fizz, Boom, Soar! Science Stage Show
Live, interactive, and highly educational, the Air Zoo's Fizz, Boom, Soar! science floor shows are 45-minute interactive programs designed for large audiences, and include high-energy audience participation and exciting science demonstrations!
Fizz, Boom, Soar! programs illustrate multiple science concepts and captivate audiences of all ages. Kids (and adults!) will be blown away by four large science-centered demonstrations of physics, chemistry, and flight science.
$400 - suitable for up to 150 students. A travel fee of $0.50 per mile will apply for programs within a 30 mile range. Programs outside of a 30 mile range will be quoted a travel fee.

Educational Tours - Let your students be a part of living history!

Uncle Sam Wants You!
From early fabric and wood to modern day aircraft, explore how pilot training, aviation technology, and construction methods have evolved during this amazing tour. Visitors will also step back in time to investigate how aviation helped win WWII.
$2* - 1 hour

Reaching for the Galaxy
Visitors explore how science has advanced from the age of Sir Isaac Newton to today's modern space travel. Investigate how the invention of the rocket has been used in both war and peace, experience the thrills of historic space programs, and explore life on the International Space Station (ISS)!
$2* - 1 hour

Aerospace through the Ages
Visitors explore the history, innovation, and creativity of aviation technology, ranging from the Wright Flyer to the powerful SR-71 Blackbird!
$2* - 1 hour

Working Renovation of American Aircraft
Explore the restoration projects currently underway inside the Air Zoo's Restoration Center with an expert Air Zoo guide. This behind-the-scenes adventure looks into how the Air Zoo's Heath Parasol, Sopwith Camel, and FM-2 Wildcat aircraft are being preserved and prepared for museum display. Take a fascinating look back while gaining insight into historic aviation preservation.
$2* - 1 hour


Book an Education Program Today!

For more information or to book your visit, please contact our Group and Event Coordinators at 269.350.2848, or via email at events@airzoo.org.

Please note that some Air Zoo rides and attractions have height and weight restrictions.

*Pricing for programs listed above is in addition to $8.00 admission per student, which gives them access to all exhibits and rides. PROGRAMS BOOKED AND ATTENDED BY DECEMBER 31ST, 2014 SAVE 15%! SAVE 10% ON ANY PROGRAM BOOKED BY DECEMBER 31ST, 2014, AND ATTENDED BY MARCH 31ST, 2015! To book an educational program, or for questions, contact our Event Staff at 269.350.2848, or via email at events@airzoo.org for details.

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