PreK & Kindergarten Programs

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Hop, Run, Swish, Swim: The main focus of this program is for students to learn that all animals are involved in some type of movement. Students will observe live animals and participate in simple movement exercises. 

Note: This program is held at the Georgia Barnyard.

Program Length: 1 hour ​


Oatland Island has a Farm: In a day when most people are far more removed from the origins of their food, there is a need for students to have learning opportunities that help them to understand the relationship between the origin of food, the source of animal products  and their use by humans. Students will know the source of bacon, milk, eggs and wool as they observe, feed and even touch our barnyard animals. 

Program Length:  Approximately 1 hour


Beach Explorations: Explore the “BEACH”, a special place where the land meets the sea. This program will introduce students to what the beach is composed of and to the many organisms found there. Note: This program will meet at Tybee Island. 

Program Length: Approximately 1 hour 

Living & Non-Living Wonders: Is a turtle a living thing? How about a rock? Students will be able to answer these questions and more while they explore the natural world. As students make their discoveries, they will classify them as living and non-living. Living organisms will be classified as plants or animals. while non-living objects that are discovered will be described by at least one of its physical properties. 

Program Length: Approximately 1 hour

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Still have some questions about PreK or Kindergarten programs? Email our School Program Coordinator here​.

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