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Trees: Teachers

Trees

 

Amazing Tree Facts

 

Learn amazing facts about trees that you can share with your students. Scroll down a bit to find them once you visit here.

Tree rings

 

Good things to know about trees here.

Fun tree poem for your class to learn here.

Mrs. Jones Tree Unit activities here.

Tree rings tell more than age. Head here for details.

Learn about photosynthesis from one or more of these sites:

Pine tree
  • Biology4kids.com — click here.
  • Whatisphotosynthesis.net — click here.
  • Kidsdiscover.com — click here.

Visit the Arbor Day Foundation to get lots of good information about trees.

More facts about trees.

Trees for Kids and Trees for Teens — great site for lots and lots and lots of resources. Everything from bulletin board ideas to Learning Centers. Click here, then scroll way down.

KidZone Science — trees. Lots to learn and to share. Great diagrams for your SmartBoard or print them for your class. (some advertising on the page)

Anatomy of a tree here.

Label the parts of a tree worksheet here.

An Interactive Field Trip

Tree

 

 

A Walk in the Woods — interactive field trip to the woods. Great teacher materials as well. Click here.

Tree and paper products

Real Trees 4 Kids is a great site to learn all about tree farming. Information is divided by grade level. There is even a section just for teachers.

Deforestation video here. Then learn more about forests and how people can help the trees.

Lessons on wood and wood products here.

Rainforests, Raw Materials and You — a PBS lesson plan — click here.

Kids For Trees: Here is a great resource. Videos, lesson plans, worksheets, diagrams, everything you might want for a great tree unit! This site has a sister site you will also want to visit — click here or click the redirect on the Kids For Trees main page.

Learn about outdoor classrooms that teach kids how to improve their environments in Kansas. You might decide to apply it to your school area too. Click here.

Water Cycle here.

Photosynthesis here.

From Project Learning Tree

Discover The Lorax — teachers' guide to the movie or use with the book — click here.

Who Speaks For The Trees — another teachers' guide — click here.

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