Arbor Day Planting

Arbor Day Planting

 

Grade Level: 3rd Grade (Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies)

Students will use materials to learn about Arbor Day. They will learn the history of how it began and where it is celebrated today.  They will use the materials to make comparisons on Arbor Day traditions and celebrations.

By: Sue Ellen Chastain

Cartoogechaye Elementary, Macon County

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