Rehoboth Elementary students explore Delaware’s water resources

Festival activities focus on diversity of estuary life
May 14, 2019

Rehoboth Elementary fourth-grade students dove into learning about Delaware’s water resources and the environment at the Make a Splash Water Festival April 16.

Students visited the St. Jones Reserve and John Dickinson Plantation in Dover for hands-on activities on water resources, historic beverages and food, underwater fossils, wetlands and mosquitoes, watersheds and water quality, and Native American demonstrations.         

Rehoboth students joined nearly 800 students from fourth-graders across the state at the festival, sponsored annually by the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control.

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