Cay Creek Wetlands Park is a great place to educate people of all ages. School groups, Boy Scouts, Girls Scouts, church groups, Boys’ and Girls’ clubs, home school groups, and the general public can use this space for structured excursions. Below are some useful tools to make your experience an enjoyable and worthwhile foray out of the classroom.
Cay Creek Wetlands Park Brochures can be found by visiting here.
Teaching Guide to Cay Creek: includes many of the documents below with Georgia State Standards, Background Information, Glossary, Activities, Handouts, and Plant and Animal Lists.
Background Information on Cay Creek Ecology: some basic information on natural systems, ecology, plants, animals, and human use of Cay Creek.
Animal and Plant Lists: species recorded in Cay Creek for birds, butterflies, herps, mammals, and plants.
Environmental Education Activities Guide to Cay Creek: ideas for field trips for Elementary and Middle School students.
Handouts to be used in the classroom or at Cay Creek: leaf shapes, animal tracks, water cycle.
Glossary: terms found on the interpretive signs at Cay Creek with their definitions.
Plan a Field Trip to Cay Creek Wetlands Park: some important information you will need, including driving directions and park rules.
PDFs of Interpretive Signs at Cay Creek: PDFs of signs with vocab words and discussion questions for the classroom or a field trip.
Naturalist Journal: To accompany field trip activities guide for grades K-2.
Directions for printing: Download and save the PDF. Print document double-sided with the landscape orientation. Stack papers in order and fold down the center. Make sure pages are in order and staple together.
PDF files can be accessed by clicking on the blue text above, right mouse click and save the PDF file. Note all files can be downloaded by clicking here this will download into your web browser designated download flooder as CayCreekAll.zip. This a zip file.