Virtual Programming with
The Singing Zoologist
Fall series: (all topics currently available)
Ep. 1:“The Chimichanga Song”
Topic: Basic needs of animals (water, space, oxygen & food)
Ep. 2: How Many Spots Has an Ocelot Got?
Topic: Habitats and Ecosystems
Ep. 3: The Monarch Butterfly Song
Topic: Life cycles and migration)
Ep. 4: Can You See the Connection
Topic: Bats and interdependence
Ep 5: Anaconda La Bamba!
Topic: Fact/Fiction, evaluating sources
Ep 6: I’m a Cheetah
Topic: Adaptations for moving
Ep. 7: The Right Beak
Topic: Adaptations for eating
Ep. 8: A Day in the Desert
Topic: Adaptations to ecosystems
Ep. 9: Winter Bummerland
Topic: Adaptations to survive winter
Spring series (topics released throughout the semester)
Ep 10: “Who's in That Egg?” (available Jan 14)
Topic: animal groups
Ep 11: “Metamorphosis” (available Jan 28)
Topic: Life cycles & metamorphosis
Ep 12: “Prairie Chicken Boogie” (available Feb 11)
Topic: Animal “Valentines”
Ep. 13: “All About Hive” (available Feb 25)
Topic: Insect life cycle and pollination pt 1
Ep. 14: “Bluebonnet Time” (available March 4)
Topic: Plant life cycle and pollination pt 2
Ep. 15: “Living in a Wetland” (available March 25)
Topic: Ecosystems, biodiversity and importance of wetlands
Ep. 16: “I’m a Mako Shark” (available April 8)
Topic: Ocean food chains
Ep. 17: “I Love Earth” (available Apr 22)
Topic: Earth Day/sustainability
Ep 18: “We Can Bring Them Back” (available May 6)
Topic: Endangered species and the recovery of the bald eagle
Ep 19: “Hideaway Place” (available May 20)
Topic: getting OUTSIDE and the benefits of nature
Grades: 1st - 5th
Length: 10 - 15 min.
* Pre-recorded episodes
Science: Life cycles, animal groups, metamorphosis, insects, animal migration, habitats, wildlife conservation, food chains/webs, ecosystems
Themes: Growth and change, seasons, cycles in nature, appreciation of nature, science, and observation
Language Arts: Rhymes, lyrics, storytelling, songwriting
Private Virtual Q&A with Lucas Miller:
Students engage with The Singing Zoologist in a 10-15 minute live session where kids are invited to ask Lucas questions about the episodes, science, and/or music.
All sessions must be scheduled in advance.
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Lucas Miller (Creator) has a Zoology degree! He graduated with a B.A. in zoology from Miami University (Oxford, Ohio). Lucas started sharing his love of wildlife with students in 1992 and has presented for over two MILLION kids! He is on the Texas Commission on the Arts’ Roster of Touring Artists & Companies since 2000. He also was selected as a Natl Endowment for the Arts’ “American Masterpiece Artist” for ’08-’10 touring seasons.