Read the Watt Watchers of Texas Teacher’s Guide.
View a Glossary of Terms used throughout the Watt Watchers of Texas program.
Download and print as many of these forms as you need to kick-start your program. Keep in mind the environmental implications of printing. All of these documents are available as PDF. If you cannot view PDF documents on your computer, you can download a free PDF reader. Some of the following templates are already formatted for Avery perforated paper for easy production. These can also be printed on normal paper and cut with scissors or a paper cutter.
Download character artwork for Lil' Tex, Ann, and the Wasters Gang along with official Watt Watchers of Texas logos.
The following digital resources are not part of the Watt Watchers Program. They complement the activities contained on this site and provide additional context to the interdisciplinary world of energy, resources, and conservation.
Sustainable America: a non-profit organization with the mission to make the nation’s food and fuel systems more efficient and resilient.
Eco-Schools USA: The National Wildlife Federation's energy audit program for K-12 schools.
The NEED Project: National Energy Education Development
Energy Kids: U.S. Energy Information Administration
resourcefulness: PBS Learning Media
Austin Water Water Use Calculator
Water, Texas: Contest for short films about water in Texas and links to past winners.
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