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Think Green, Teach Green - Arbor Day

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  • Color this simple outline of an evergreen tree, or trace and cut out to make a great shapebook.
  • Trace the picture of the tree and color it.
  • Trace and cut out the unlined tree pattern for a great student shapebook.
  • Lined paper with an illustration of a tree and the words "Plant a Tree!" at the top. (elementary) (20 pt. line, 1.25 spaces between lines)
  • Line drawing of four maple leaves to color or use for decorating.
  • Color this picture of a tree, or trace and cut out to make a great shapebook.
  • Cut out the shapes. There are three pages. The first page is a suggested cover page. Make copies of as many lined and/or unlined pages as you like in order to make a book. Use the lined pages for writing and the unlined pages for drawing/pasting pictures. Staple all the pages together for a great shapebook in the shape of its subject.
  • Use this 'Writing Prompt: Tree Similes (elem/upper elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Writing Prompt: Tree Similes (elem/upper elem)'. Briefly explains similes and then encourages students to write and illustrate their own.
  • [member-created with abctools] Unscramble the words from "leaves" to "wood". In a tree shape.
  • [member-created with abctools] Find the tree-theme words from "bark" to "water in this leaf-shaped word search.
  • "Why are trees important?"
  • Learn about the parts of trees with this simple text. Then draw and label the parts.
  • Use this web graphic organizer to help prepare for a report or project on trees.
  • Use this Venn diagram to compare trees.
  • [member-created with abctools] Unscramble the words from "sun" to "oak".
  • Color this simple outline of an evergreen tree, or trace and cut out to make a great shapebook.
  • This Arbor Day Bar Graph is perfect to practice graphing skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Arbor Day Bar Graph. Use a bar graph to determine the types of trees planted on Arbor Day.
  • Arbor Day is the last Friday in April. This great mini-unit features a story, a crossword puzzle, a writing activity, and more!
  • Arbor Day is the last Friday in April. This great Arbor Day mini-unit features a story, a word search, and more!
  • "Arbor Day, Plant a Tree." Arbor Day is observed on the last Friday in April in the United States.
  • "Every day, children climbed the giant oak tree." This realistic fiction reading comprehension provides lots of factual information about trees.
  • With a picture of a contented tree and the words Save A Tree above the student name.
  • Picture of a tree with hearts.
  • Use this 'Color and Write Prompt: Tree (elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Color and Write Prompt: Tree (elem)'. A picture to color and lines to write a short text with theme words from a word bank.
  • Use this 'Color and Write: Tree (elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Color and Write: Tree (elem)'. A picture to color and lines to write about trees.
  • With a picture of a tree
  • with a colorful picture of a tree with green leaves
  • with a colorful picture of a tree with fall leaves
  • Wrap a small candy bar for Arbor Day.
  • This reading comprehension introduces coniferous, deciduous, and tropical trees.
  • This Arbor Day (elementary) Line Graph is perfect to practice graphing skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Arbor Day (elementary) Line Graph. Use a line graph to determine the number of trees planted on Arbor Day.
  • An enthusiastic child gets a tree from grandpa. A great lesson for Arbor Day or any time of year.
  • Reading comprehension, short essay prompt, drawing, and more, all on the topic of the importance of trees.
  • Open-ended comprehension questions and prompts to go with Dick Gackenbach's tale of three trees: one used for material, one a Christmas tree, and one left in the forest. A great Earth Day tie-in.
  • Use this 'Color and Write: Tree (primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Color and Write: Tree (primary)'. A picture to color and wide lines to write about trees.
  • Pictures with words make these twelve cards useful for a variety of activities: flashcards, picture prompts, etc. Print two sets for a memory game.
  • Color or place a sticker on each leaf of the tree for each skill completed.
  • A realistic fiction story about an apple tree makes a nice Arbor Day or autumn tie-in. It is followed by 6 multiple choice questions and four questions that require brief written responses.