This bundle includes 25 resources and activities that teach about Trees, including: Reading, Color Diagrams, Dichotomous Keys and other resources and activities – including a 15 page field guide to 30 common trees of North America. (52 pages total).
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Resources included in this Bundle:
1) About Trees - The Conifers - Reading was small color diagram (1 page)
2) Life Cycle of a White Pine - Gymnosperm - Color Diagram (1 page)
3) About Deciduous Trees - Reading was small color diagram (1 page)
4) Life Cycle of a Deciduous Tree - Color Diagram (1 page)
5) Tree Anatomy Diagrams (Color and BW - 2 pages)
6) Name the Tree Structures with Answer Key (Color and BW - 3 pages)
7) Simple Leaf Guide - BW Diagram (1 page)
8) Deciduous Tree Dichotomous Key (Color - 2 pages)
9) Deciduous Tree Guide - Color and BW Diagrams (2 pages)
10) Learn the Leaves (with Names Provided) and Answer Key (2 pages)
11) Name the Leaves by their Shape with the answer Key (2 pages)
12) Name These Common Deciduous Trees (1 page)
13) Drawing Leaves of Deciduous Tree (1 page)
14) Winter Tree Identification (BW Diagrams) (1 page)
15) Plants Depending on Animals - An Illustrated Report with answer Key (2 pages)
16) Spreading Seeds Matching with Answer Key (2 pages)
17) Coniferous Tree Discussion and/or Activity (1 page)
18) Tree Identification Dichotomous Key (1 page)
19) Find and Identify these Coniferous Trees (1 page)
20) Name these Coniferous Trees (1 page)
21) Tree Scavenger Hunt - Outdoor Inquiry (Color and BW - 2 pages)
22) Match the Tree Leaf to it’s Fruit with Answer Key (Color - 2 pages)
23) Match the Tree Leaf to it’s Fruit with Answer Key (BW - 2 pages)
24) Spreading the Seeds Color Diagram (Color - 1 page)
25) Field Guide and Check List to 30 Common Trees of North America (Color - 16 pages)
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