ORLANDO, Fla. – For students, parents and teachers stuck at home because of the coronavirus pandemic, SeaWorld’s theme parks are offering educational resources.

  • SeaWorld, Busch Gardens offfering free learning resources
  • Resources include classroom activities, teacher's guides, video series 
  • The parks are closed because of the coronavirus pandemic

SeaWorld Orlando and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay—which are both temporarily closed—have classroom activities, teacher’s guides, video series and animal “infobooks” available online.

The “Saving a Species” video series features episodes that take a deeper look at animals like sea turtles, tigers, and elephants.  

“Our parks have developed standards-aligned resources available to help families virtually explore the wild world of animals and nature for grades K-12,” SeaWorld said in a statement.

The materials can be accessed by visiting seaworld.org or each park’s education portal: SeaWorld Orlando Education and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay Education.