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Delaware State Parks School Programs

Teacher's Guide to Delaware State Parks
Drop-down menus on this page allow teachers to search for appropriate programs by park or by grade.

Parks with Elementary Grade Level Programs

Auburn Heights Preserve
Programs focus on the history of automotive transportation and steam engines.

Bellevue State Park
Wide variety of programs available; many focus on plants, composting, and recycling.

Delaware Seashore State Park
Learn about tidal estuaries, marine habitats, and diverse wildlife in the marshes, beaches and open bays.

Lums Pond State Park
Learn about the pond habitat and the animals and plants that call the pond home.

Trap Pond State Park
Programs center on watershed habitats and issues, and emphasize the importance of Delaware's watersheds.

Wilmington State Park
Programs focus on the physics of nature.

Parks with Middle School Grade Level Programs

Delaware Seashore State Park
Learn about tidal estuaries, marine habitats, and diverse wildlife in the marshes, beaches and open bays.

Trap Pond State Park
Programs center on watershed habitats and issues, and emphasize the importance of Delaware's watersheds.

White Clay Creek State Park
Focuses on geology and riparian zones, involving the many habitats, from field to stream, that the park has to offer.

Wilmington State Park
Programs focus on the physics of nature.

Parks with K–12 Grade Level Programs

Brandywine Creek State Park
Unique opportunities, including canoe experiences for older students, to learn about ecosystems and riparian habitats.

Brandywine Zoo
Focus on animal conservation world-wide and at home.

Cape Henlopen State Park
Programs feature coastal animals and habitats, from the beach to the neighboring ocean.

First State Heritage Park
Programs relating to Delaware history and civics.

Fort Delaware State Park
Focus on Civil War history and the part that Delaware played in the War Between the States.

Killen's Pond State Park
Programs center on Delaware's reptiles and amphibians and often include dipnetting or live animal demonstrations

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