- LI: To identify trees by their leaves.
- LI: To sort deciduous and evergreen leaves.
- I can match leaves I have collected to pictures of a leaf.
- I can use my activity sheet to say the names of the trees that the leaves belong to.
- I can look closely at the leaves and match the description to what I see.
- I can sort the cards into two groups.
We are VERY lucky, because Mrs Scanzi's son works for the Forestry Commission in the New Forest. Watch these videos he has filmed for us!
Can you go on a tree hunt and tick off all the different trees that you found around your local area? When you’re home you could even create a tally chart to show the different trees that you found. If you find a tree and you can’t identify the leaf, why not download The Woodland Trust Tree ID app! Identify the tree by its features and you will find out which tree it is!
Scientific Questions to Talk About at Home
Why are leaves green?
Why do some leaves lose their colour when they fall off?
Where are most evergreen trees found?
Trees, deciduous, evergreen, leaves
Create your own leaf identification booklets by sticking in collected leaves with short descriptions of the trees they belong to.