Inside the Splash Center

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“Live from Critterville” Online Presentation Evaluation

Please complete this brief survey to let us know your thoughts about the “Live from Critterville” Online Presentation that your students recently received.  It will only take about 5 minutes to complete, yet will provide Splash with very valuable feedback we can use to improve our programs!  Thank you!

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Microscope Station

David Rosen/Wildside Photography

At the microscope station, the students get to see things that few kids (or adults for that matter) ever get a chance to see! They peer through microscopes and identify live specimens of aquatic invertebrates that inhabit the vernal pools at Mather.

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Watershed Model

David Rosen/Wildside Photography

The Splash Elementary Curriculum contains strong messages about protecting water quality throughout our watersheds. The concept of a watershed can be difficult to grasp. We’ve found the best way to help students understand it is to experiment with a model of an urban area with streams flowing through it.

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Students’ visit in Critterville

David Rosen/Wildside Photography

Critterville is frequently the highlight of a student’s time inside the Center. Here, the students get “up close and personal” with live animals that are commonly found in and around the vernal pools at Mather.

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