Bookings are now open for Term 3 for Kings Park’s new program for little nature lovers, aged three to five years. 'Zippy's Kings Park Adventures' offers Kings Park stories each week from 25 July 2018, featuring puppets, drama, craft activities, music and movement.

Children will enjoy a new story each week, using puppets, craft, music and movement to bring the story aliveChildren will meet lovable characters like Zippy Dragonfly, Harley Motorbike Frog; Warbles Magpie and Yorna Bobtail.

The program gives young children a ‘bush’ experience without leaving the city. It encourages fun, nature play and imaginative learning in the beautiful surrounds of Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park.

Zippy's Kings Park Adventures’ is run by expert presenters from Kings Park Education and promotes gentle messages about our natural environment and local Aboriginal culture. Children will be introduced to flora and wildlife commonly found around Perth.

This is the perfect place for children to start understanding and enjoying native flora and fauna, according to the head of Kings Park Education Ms Jacqui Kennedy.

‘Connecting to nature from an early age provides life-long benefits for children’s healthy development and well-being, as well ensuring future environmental conservation,’ she said.

When: Wednesday and Friday mornings
Who: 3 – 5 year olds with their parent or carer
Cost: $80 per eight-week term
Venue: outdoors in Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park
Bookings: visit Kings Park Education for more details or email or call our Education Bookings Officer.

Term 3 commences on Wednesday 25 July and runs for eight-weeks. Places are limited so make sure you book early. Proudly supported by the Friends of Kings Park.

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