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Keeper Kids Makes Connecting With Nature Fun
The Tennessee Aquarium Spring Break Keeper Kids program provides enrichment activities that take children behind the scenes to learn how to care for some of the animals at the aquarium. The National Wildlife Federation is working with the Tennessee Aquarium to promote awareness and programming that will connect kids with nature. The Keeper Kids activities are provided at no additional charge with the price of admission. Children and their parents can sign up for activities when they visit the Tennessee Aquarium now through April 8, 2012.