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"Plant A Tree", Project Learning Tree Pre K-8 Guide, page 95, Activity #31

Overview

Never underestimate the power of a tree!  Besides giving us an amazing array of paper and wood products, trees provide a host of other benefits - from shading our backyards to assisting in the maintenance of the global climate.  Students can express their appreciation of trees by planning and carrying out their own tree-planting program.

Objectives

Trees can sometimes be obtained from County Conservation Districts.

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