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Education Resources


With more than 80 native tree species growing in Ontario, it is no surprise that leaves come in a variety of shapes, sizes and arrangements. Learn common leaf characteristics and improve your tree identification skills with our leaf Bingo activity. Click here to download.

Leaf it to Memory

A fun memory style game to improve your knowledge of key characteristics of  20 tree species. Click here to download.

Pocket Tree ID Guide

This handy foldable guide will help you identify some of the most common trees with an east to use flow chart. Features fun facts and key identification details. Click here to download.

Tree Bee Coordinator’s Guide

This guide highlights the roles and responsibilities of regional Tree Bee coordinators and provides concise instructions on how to host a successful event. Click here to download.

Tree Bee Teacher’s Guide

Tricks and tips to help educators incorporate Tree Bee resources into their classroom. Click here to download.

Question Bank

Looking to run a Tree Bee competition and need some help with your forest literacy test? Use this handy question bank to build your competition. Click here to download.

Heritage Tree

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  • Age: {{property.tree_age}} years
  • Height: {{property.tree_height}} metres
  • Circumference: {{property.tree_circumference}} centimetres