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Zoo Tunes: Elephant March

A male Asian elephant, named Spike, with large white tusks and a long trunk stands outside in the sun near a pool of water at the Smithsonian's National Zoo

Nothing gets infants and toddlers moving like music — especially when it is all animal-themed. Zoo Tunes is an interactive music and movement class for our youngest Zoo-goers and their parents and caregivers. "Zoo Tunes: Elephant March" features songs about elephants and explores different rhythms and beats to help us stomp, march and move our bodies like elephants. 

Identical sessions of "Zoo Tunes: Elephant March" will take place on Thursday, Nov. 14, and Friday, Nov. 15. Choose your session to attend below.

Adult and one child: $14 for FONZ Members; $17.50 for non-members. Additional participants (adult or child): $5/person.

Please note: Zoo Tunes does not include visits to an animal exhibit or any live animal contact.

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Age range: 0 - 2

Class Sessions

Date(s): Friday, November 15
Time: 10:03 am to 10:48 am
Date(s): Friday, November 15
Time: 11:03 am to 11:48 am