Although created for kids, Arbor Kids is a great resource for educators, caregivers and parents, too.
Downloadable activities include:
- Name that Tree! Learn how to identify some of the most commonly found trees in the District.
- Tree Benefits Scavenger Hunt. Challenge yourself and friends to find all the listed tree benefits in the shortest amount of time.
- How Tall Is That Tree? In four easy steps, you can determine the height of any tree.
- My Trees: A Home Inventory. Name, count and map the trees at and in front of your home.
Schools and other learning centers can also request a tree planting through Casey Trees’ Community Tree Planting program. Casey Trees provides the trees, tools and technical assistance free of charge. Students participate in a tree rally and follow up care activities, complementing existing classroom instruction.For more information, visit the Casey Trees website.
About Casey Trees:
Casey Trees is a Washington, DC-based not-fot-profit, established in 2001, dedicated to restoring, enhancing and protecting the tree canopy of the Nation's Capital.
For more information, visit www.caseytrees.org.