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Discovering the Parts of a Tree Trunk
In this lesson, each learner will discover and recreate the inside layers of a tree trunk.
In this lesson, the young learners will learn the 5 layers of a tree trunk. We will use real pieces of trees to identify and label each layer. This is an introduction of forestry to younger children. We will start the class off by introducing ourselves by name and where we live. By using diagrams of the tree trunk, real pieces of wood, and an end of class drawing activity, each learner will be encouraged to recite the 5 layers of a tree trunk. From the outside in, the layers include bark, the...
0I encourage each learner to bring something to color with such as: colored pencils, markers, or crayons. They may also bring a dry erase board if they would like instead of coloring on paper. If the learner is able to find a piece of wood before class, we can use it as show and tell to discuss and describe what we see.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Meet the teacher
Welcome! My name is Teacher Emily. I have been teaching for the last 10 years in many different environments. I have worked as an autistic support aid, merit badge counselor and resident camp director for the Boy Scouts of America, in addition to...
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Completed by 32 learners
Live video meetings
2-8 learners per class