Which type of evergreen could NEVER be used as a Christmas tree? Redwood trees! Considering their gigantic size, it would be impossible to bring one into your house or even decorate it successfully outdoors. Enjoy this fun Christmas-themed redwood tree nature study in the latest episode of the No Sweat Nature Study Podcast.
Redwood Tree Nature Study
After listening to the podcast episode, how many of these questions can you answer?
- How old are some of the oldest redwood trees?
- How many stacked buses equal some of the tallest redwood trees?
- What unique situation can redwood often survive?
- How many tons of carbon dioxide can one redwood tree use in a year?
- What is the important by-product of photosynthesis that’s important to humans?
Redwood Tree Nature Study Video Class
In the upcoming No Sweat Nature Study Video Class about redwood trees, learn amazing scientific facts and vocabulary about their characteristics, adaptations, and environmental impacts. Delve into history and geography to discover where these majestic trees grow and some historical things they’ve witnessed.
As always, you’ll create a beautiful nature journal page to document what you learn during the video class. Practice artistic skills and note-taking as you draw (or paint) and write some scientific vocabulary words. Nature journaling during the lesson keeps you engaged while helping you remember facts that will last a lifetime.
Redwood Tree Nature Walk Challenge
Download your free Redwood Tree Nature Walk Challenge below. It will be instantly delivered to your email inbox. Grab a nature journal and some brightly colored pencils for an exciting nature walk!
Would you like to record a voicemail to answer this season’s nature study question?
Unfortunately, the voice recorder for season five of the podcast is full. Don’t worry! A brand new question will be released in January. I hope you’ll leave me a message at that time!
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