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Arbor Day

Arbor Day Crafts
Audience: Preschool Classrooms

Enchanted Learning is the place for activities with the little ones. Learn how to make a string of leaves, a pop-up tree card, pinecone bird feeder, etc. These crafts are quick and easy but do require some preparation.

All About Arbor Day
Audience: Preschool to Elementary Classrooms

KidsDomain is a reliable place to go to enrich your classroom resources and it covers a lot of the Arbor Day ideas. Click on the buttons for History, Crafts, Clip Art, Coloring pages and Printables, Online Games, Books, eCards, and Links.

Tree Information
Audience: Preschool to Upper Elementary Classrooms

Stumped for Arbor Day activities? Out on a limb? OK, here’s a ladder. It’s called and offers a veritable truckload of lesson plans, thematic units, and activities for Arbor Day. You will find a tree guide, a play, a poster contest, print outs, clip art, crafts, and a short list of recommended children’s books.

Arbor Day Dates by State
Audience: Elementary to Middle School Teachers

The first Arbor Day was held on April 10, 1872 in Nebraska, the brainchild of Julius Sterling Morton. Arbor Day today is celebrated on different dates in different states. To learn when each state celebrates Arbor Day, click on the link imbedded in this Arbor Day history page.

Teaching Youth About Trees
Audience: Teachers of all Grades
Teaching Youth About Trees is filled with classroom activities and games and information about trees for kids. Test your tree-knowledge with "Treevial Pursuit." Play the "Tree Chain Game." Download the Arbor Day Play for your classroom. Learn how to get 10 free flowering trees from the National Arbor Day Foundation.

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