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Teacher Resources

Worksheets for your Classroom

The document below contains a mixture of worksheets that can be modified to use for 1st grade through high school.

Coloring Pages

PDF Boat Coloring Page (PDF, 849.6 KB)
PDF Turtle Coloring Page (PDF, 845.4 KB)

Field Guides

Make Aquarena Field Guides in your classroom, then use them on your tour!  These can also be used as a post-tour activity.  This version is recommended for 3rd-8th grade, feel free to modify for other grade levels.  Use the link below to take a virtual tour of the wetlands boardwalk.

Visit the Websites of our Partners in Education

for Great Teacher Resources and Curriculum

Texas Stream Team

GREAT TEACHER RESOURCE!!!
Texas Stream Team has a wide array of environmental education resources, including easily downloadable TEKS-correlated curriculum, Enviroscape watershed model demonstrations, and a water quality monitoring certification program for all grade levels.

GEAA

The Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance is a non-profit coalition of grassroots organizations across the Edwards Aquifer united to preserve the water, wildlife, scenic beauty, and cultural heritage of the Edwards Aquifer and the Texas Hill Country.

GBRA

GBRA Communications and Education Department works with teachers and the general public to increase their awareness and appreciation of the water and natural resources in the Guadalupe River Basin. A wide variety of materials and formats are used to communicate this information, including the annual report, quarterly newsletter, special focus publications, tours, guest speakers and free education programs that meet all state-mandated requirements, including TEKS and TAKS elements.  For more information click here

EAA

The Edwards Aquifer Authority School Education Program is designed to engage students and teachers throughout the region in learning about the Edwards Aquifer and related issues such as water resources and water conservation.