Bird Nests

Bird Discovery Centre
Lower Primary
45 minutes
Min 30 people

Some animals build their homes high up in the trees while others build underground. Find out about the innovative structures of animal homes. You may just learn a thing or two about architecture from the animal kingdom.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Identify the different types of homes animals live in
  • Learn the different materials animals use to build their homes
  • Discover why many of the animal homes are disappearing and how you can help
Local schools Free

Mad about Birds

Bird Discovery Centre
Lower Primary
45 minutes
Min 30 people

Discover the diverse variety of animals in the world. Birds alone are represented by over 10,000 species, all with different adaptations to survive in the environment. Let our feathered friends wow you with their colourful world.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Learn about the different groups of animals, namely, birds, mammals, reptiles, fish, amphibians and invertebrates
  • Find out about the similarities and differences between various groups of animals
Local schools Free

Save the Blue Macaw

Bird Discovery Centre (meet at Park Entrance)
lower primary
45 minutes
Min 30 people | Max 60 people

Optimise your students’ learning journey to Jurong Bird Park and participate in this new enrichment programme to gain greater insights into the blue macaws and their conservation stories.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Learn about the different types of blue macaws
  • Learn more about their threats to survival, and the conservation projects that seek to protect them
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Classification of Animals

Bird Discovery Centre
Primary
45 minutes
Min 30 people | Max 90 people

Animals are part of nature’s building blocks. Through this lesson, students will learn to identify various animal characteristics in each group. Join us and find out if all flying animals are classified as birds.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Understand and appreciate the different groups of animals
  • Learn why some animals, even the flightless ones, are identified as birds
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Adaptations of Birds

Bird Discovery Centre
Upper Primary
45 minutes
Min 30 people | Max 90 people

Why do animals look different? How do they adapt to the different types of diet? Since birds can fly, do all their wings look the same? What are the adaptations of birds that cannot fly? Unearth the adaptive features of animals in this class.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Understand the differences between structural and behavioural adaptation
  • Understand the different characteristics of habitats and the animals that can be found there
  • Analyse how different birds adapt to each of the different habitats
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Save the Blue Macaw

Bird Discovery Centre (meet at Park Entrance)
lower primary
45 minutes
Min 30 people | Max 60 people

Optimise your students’ learning journey to Jurong Bird Park and participate in this new enrichment programme to gain greater insights into the blue macaws and their conservation stories.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Learn about the different types of blue macaws
  • Learn more about their threats to survival, and the conservation projects that seek to protect them
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person
  1. For school groups only: For every group of 10 paying students, 1 adult is entitled to join the tour for free. The ‘10:1 ratio’ only applies when schools meet the minimum number of people required
  2. Programme prices include 7% GST but exclude Jurong Bird Park admission.
  3. Prices and programmes are correct at point of communication and subject to change without prior notice.
  4. Group must still pay for the minimum number of people required even if the actual number falls short.
  5. Programmes are available on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to availability.
  6. Outdoor learning sessions are weather permitting. In the event of wet weather, the Education department reserves the right to replace the affected outdoor programme with an indoor programme at the staff’s discretion