Want to learn more about trees? It’s easy to find information online, but it’s hard to know what’s worth your time. Here are some sites to enlighten, entertain, and amaze you!
Want to learn tree facts through clickable diagrams and bite-sized descriptions? This site from popular children’s nonfiction publisher DK is for you.
The Arbor Day Foundation’s site for kids has games, quizzes, and printable activity sheets to help broaden your tree knowledge.
Do you learn best through watching videos? This episode of the PBS show Science Trek is all about the “oldest, tallest, and heaviest things on Earth.”
This 360 degree video takes you into the Amazon rainforest and lets you choose which way to look. It’s a virtual field trip presented by Conservation International.
Rather just sit back and listen? This podcast from American Public Media’s Brains On! will teach you all about tree communication. How do trees send each other messages?
Want to order some books from the Happy Valley Library? Here’s a list of tree books in our online catalog for you to place on hold with your library card number and pin.