Discovery Trunks are available for reservation to all Texas schools, homeschool co-ops, and organizations with the desire to educate the youth of Texas. Currently, seven different trunk topics are available focusing on Texas wildlife and ecosystems. Reservations are handled on a first-come, first-served basis – sign up now!
Adaptations and Survival, Animal Behavior, Animals Groups, Aquatic Plants, Aquifers, Basic Needs, Camouflage and Mimicry, Classification, Complete and Incomplete Metamorphosis, Conservation of Natural Resources, External Characteristics of Living Things, Feeding Adaptations, Food Chains and Food Webs, Groundwater and Watersheds, Habitats, Environments, and Ecosystems, Heredity, Inherited Traits, Interaction of Living and Nonliving Things, Interdependence, Journaling, Levels of Organisms within an Ecosystem, Life Cycles, Natural Sources of Water, Physical Characteristics of Environments, Physical Characteristics of Living Things, Pollution, Populations and Communities, Predation, Reproduction, Seasons and Adaptations, States of Matter, Structure, Function and Survival, Uses of Water, Water Cycle and its Processes, Water Testing, Weathering, Erosion and Deposition
FUNDING FOR DISCOVERY TRUNKS IS GRACIOUSLY PROVIDED BY:
San Antonio Livestock Exposition, Inc.
Sportsmen’s Club of Fort Worth
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
James Green Wildlife & Conservation Initiative
Texas Conservation License Plates Program
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