Forest Week School Activities - Special Weeks

 
  
 
 
 
Celebrating trees and forests is a great excuse to get outdoors and walk among them. Enjoy the environment that trees create and get to know some of the local trees in your school's yard and the neighbourhood.

Activity Ideas for Schools


Here are some ideas that might inspire action in your school:

1.Make paper:
2.Learn about Tree Cookies.
3.Check out The Book of Stuff to Do Outside.
4.Focus on Forests:
5.Discover the Forest Regions of Canada.
6.Find inspiration in the Celebrate Arbor Day Guidebook (American).
Classroom Resources


Please visit or contact Alberta Environment and Parks to obtain the following resources:

Native Trees of Alberta Poster

A double-sided poster identifying common tree species and their distribution throughout Alberta.

Alberta Tree Posters

Lodgepole Pine Poster

One-sided posters on the following species:
  • Aspen Poplar
  • Eastern Cottonwood
  • Lodgepole Pine
  • White Birch
  • White Spruce

Guide to the Common Native Trees and Shrubs of Alberta

Full-page descriptions and colour photos of a variety of common species are included in this field guide. Easy identification is ensured with the dichotomous key and glossary.

Contact


Environment and Parks
Information Centre
Main Floor, 9920 - 108 Street
Edmonton, AB T5K 2M4

Phone: 310-ESRD (3773)
Call Toll Free Alberta: 310-3773
Outside Alberta: 1 780 944-0313
Toll Free: 1 877 944-0313
Email: AEP.Info-Centre@gov.ab.ca
Website: aep.alberta.ca
 
 
 
 
For more information about the content of this document, contact For-Info@gov.ab.ca
This information published to the web on April 4, 2016.
Last Reviewed/Revised on June 8, 2017.