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Type of Trees Fact File | KS1/KS2 Plants | Primary Science

Types of Trees Fact File Cards

This set of types of trees fact file cards shows key information on a range of different trees. Each page features the name of the tree as the title, accompanied by a photograph of the tree and key factual details such as whether it is deciduous or coniferous, its shape, average height, average spread, and growth rate. With a total of sixteen trees included, your class will have the opportunity to learn about a diverse range of tree species.

With a total of sixteen trees included, children have the opportunity to learn about a diverse range of tree species, expanding their knowledge and appreciation of the natural world and the primary topic of plants. Teachers can use these types of trees fact file cards as a basis for hands-on activities such as tree identification walks or creating a classroom tree display, promoting active learning and engagement.

Includes:
Oak, Sycamore, Ash, magnolia, Fir, Elm, Willow, Aspen, Pine, Horse Chesnut, Beech, Walnut, Acacia, Poplar, Olive, Silver Birch

Our types of trees fact file cards are aligned with KS1/KS2 science on the primary national curriculum. All of our primary science resources on plants can be used with your ideas for activities, teaching and learning material, visual aids, games, display boards, worksheets, differentiation, homework, and lesson plans.

If you like this science resource, you may also be interested in Trees Photo Set and Word Bank.

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