Seaworld San Antonio is one of our favorite family-friendly places in Texas because it enables us to teach our child about the environment and animals while offering her a fun experience.
This is actually a picture of the birds your preschooler can view during his/her visit to SeaWorld! Think about color identification, size association, other neat educational concepts you can introduce and reinforce for your child while walking around SeaWorld San Antonio!
*This aligns with the Early Learning Texas Milestones Map from Texas Early Learning Pathways. According to these pathways, a child usually...
18-36 Months - "notices, points at, or talks about animals and insects" (Hughes, 2013, p. 2)
36-38 Months - "talks about or asks about objects in nature (birds in a nest, ant hills)" (Hughes, 2013, p. 2)
48-60 Months - "names and describes organisms; describes predictable life cycles"(Hughes, 2013, p. 2)
Each of these milestones can be introduced/reinforced during your visit to SeaWorld San Antonio!
This year, SeaWorld San Antonio is offering families a FREE preschool pass for their 3-5 year old to experience the park. Registration for this pass is open until May 31, 2015 and it is only open to Texas residents. When redeeming your pass, you will need to bring photo identification for your child (passport or certified birth certificate only). Here's the link to the pass! - LINK
Sounds great! I need some more information. - Here's a great question and answer section about the SeaWorld San Antonio Preschool Pass! - http://seaworldparks.com/en/seaworld-sanantonio/pages/preschoolpass/
Register for the pass today and tell us WHY you are looking forward to experiencing SeaWorld San Antonio with your preschooler!
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Hughes, S. (2013). Texas' Early Learning Pathways: An Alignment of the Texas Infant, Toddler, and Three-Year-Old Early Learning Guidelines and the Texas Pre-kindergarten Guidelines Texas Early Learning Council. Retrieved from http://earlylearningtexas.org/
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