After winter, trees wake up to stretch their limbs and leaves. Pay close attention in late winter and early spring to see the beginnings of buds. Soon bright leaves and blossoms will take over. These spring tree facts show what to watch for while exploring outdoors.
Spring Tree Facts
Spring Tree Activities
I hope that these spring trees facts provided the perfect piece of trivia to share with your child or classroom. Explore tree activities and more spring facts to keep kids learning.
- Take a nature walk to observe different types of tree buds and blossoms.
- Celebrate Arbor Day by planting a tree. Learn more on the Arbor Day Foundation website!
- Pick a tree to visit each week of the spring, summer, and fall. Watch how it changes through the seasons.
- Care for pollinators! Insects, birds, and bats all help trees grow. You can install birdfeeders, plant a pollinator garden, or create a bee watering station.
If you share any of these with your child, please comment and share any adorable, hilarious, or brilliant ways they responded.