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What river in Texas passes through the city of Waco?

WORTH 2 POINTS
Brazos River
Some food like corn and sugar are grown in Mexico. Are corn and sugar natural resources or are they products of natural resources?

WORTH 2 POINTS
They are products of natural resources.
Soil is a natural resource that produces food for people. What natural resource gives Mexico so many fishes?


WORTH 1 POINT
The ocean
There is a river that borders the North part of Mexico and South tip of Texas. It starts from Cuidad Juarez and goes all the way down to the city of Matamoros in Mexico. What river is that?

WORTH 4 POINTS
Rio Grande
Describe how Walter's dream changed his behavior.
When the world in the future was so displeasing to Walter, he decided he needed to take more time to protect the environment.
The Sabine River borders part of Texas. It is located near the Texas cities of Port Arthur and Beaumont. What river borders South Texas? Hint: It passes through the cities such as Del Rio, Eagle Pass, Laredo, and all the way down to Brownsville.

WORTH 4 POINTS
Rio Grande
Rice is a crop grown near Texas cities like Houston, Beaumont, and Victoria. What natural resource are used to grow rice?


WORTH 3 POINTS
Water and Soil
Find the symbol for manufacturing on the Map Icon list. Manufacturing means to make goods using either your hands or machines. Manufacturing companies make things like plastic for toys, milk cartons, plastic bowls, and more. How many manufacturing symbols can you find in Texas?

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5
Find the manufacturing symbol on the Map Icon. How many manufacturing symbols are found in Texas and Mexico together?

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10
Oil is a natural resource of Texas. Where in Texas do you find more oil? A.) Next to the Gulf of Mexico or B.) Near Amarillo, Texas


WORTH 3 POINTS
A.) Next to the Gulf of Mexico



What body of water borders or surrounds part of Texas?

WORTH 1 POINT
Gulf of Mexico
There is a city in Mexico that grows both bananas and cacao. What city is that?

WORTH 1 POINT
Villahermosa
Oil is a natural resources in Mexico. Where is most of the oil located? A.) South of Mexico or B.) Near the city of Tampico


WORTH 1 POINT
A.) South of Mexico
What river is closest to the capital of Texas?


WORTH 2 POINTS
Colorado River
List all the natural resources that Walter sees while watching Rose watering a tree that had just been planted in the yard.
Land, trees, clean air, soil, water
What river is closest to the capital of Mexico? Hint: The capital of Mexico is Mexico City. Look at the rivers, and where they go to.

WORTH 3 POINTS
Balsas River
What was the natural resource that Walter thought was his best birthday present?
a tree
What are some ways Walter helped save the environment?
Picked up trash, recycled, and planted a tree.
The city of Dumas is located on the North tip of Texas. Which city is in the South tip of Texas?

WORTH 3 POINTS
Brownsville
What ocean borders most of Mexico on its West side? Hint: Raise your left hand. That is West on the map.

WORTH 1 POINT
Pacific Ocean
There is one city in Texas that grows citrus. Look on the Map Icon for the symbol for citrus and then look on the Texas map to find what city grows citrus. What city is that?

WORTH 2 POINTS
Harlingen
What is the capital of Mexico?
Hint: On the Mexico map the capital symbol is a star.

WORTH 1 POINT
Mexico
Find Lake Chapala in Mexico. What major city is located near it?


WORTH 1 POINT
Guadalajara
Mexico grows corn, grains, cotton, rice, coffee, and sugar. What natural resources are used to grow these products?

WORTH 2 POINTS
Water and Soil