10 Nature-Based Books about Trees
Did you ever have a favorite tree growing up? As a child, did you get to climb your tree or spend time sitting under it? Are you lucky enough to have woods near your outdoor space at your home or school? Whether you have one tree or an entire woods of trees, you can offer a host of hands-on, experiential learning activities that are inspired by Nature-Based Books about Trees.
Trees can enhance children’s curriculum in many ways. Everything from tree identification, math games and seed exploration to examining bark texture, seed exploration and observing a favorite tree during the change of seasons.
Do This: Identify a “family” or “class” tree.
Enhancing your library of children’s books about Trees is a wonderful place to collect “seeds of inspiration.” Here are 10 of my favorite children’s books about Trees to get you started.
Do This: Invite children to sit under your tree. Encourage them to listen to the birds singing and the wind blowing. Remember, don’t hesitate to visit your tree during all the seasons and all types of weather.
Now I want to hear from you. Do you have a favorite book about Trees? If so, share the title and author in the comments below. Let’s celebrate our trees!
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