2/16/2021 2 Comments
‘Cyber Safari’ Will Offer Interactive Fun and Remote Learning
JACKSON, NJ – February 16, 2021 – To meet the needs of virtual and in-person learning during the pandemic and beyond, Six Flags Great Adventure launches a new, virtual animal education program, Cyber Safari. The program centers on a new series of free web videos that teach students about adaptations, conservation, evolution, and genetics.
Cyber Safari was created by Six Flags’ award-winning education team and in-house, state-certified teacher. Schools have the option to purchase a virtual program for any curriculum from grades K to 12 with a variety of unique options:
The education team can tailor Cyber Safari to fit various community programs, such as scouting, clubs, libraries, and nursing homes. The 12 free Cyber Safari videos and coordinating lesson plans are available on the park’s YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/SixFlagsGrAdventure/playlists
Schools and groups that purchase a tailored plan will receive discounted admission to the Six Flags Wild Safari’s onsite educational program, Science on Safari. This contact-free, drive-through safari experience features 1,200 exotic animals from the farthest reaches of the globe, and expands upon lessons from the virtual videos through a new audio tour and guidebooks. Cyber Safari and Science on Safari are part of Six Flags’ extensive education series, Academic Adventures.
Additional program information and tailored options can be found at www.sixflags.com/greatadventure/events/academic-adventures For more information on Cyber Safari, email SafariPrograms@sixflags.com or call 732-928-2000 ext. 2221.
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