This informational text pack focuses on coniferous & deciduous trees.
These resources might be used during science time or can be woven into your literacy centers to reinforce science concepts during your center time. Another option is to use some of these materials for morning entry work.
**You can download the complete, free set of coniferous & deciduous trees centers by clicking on the bold green words at the bottom of this post.**
Focus on helping students understand the difference between deciduous and coniferous trees with this literacy set.
This collection is designed to give your students practice with identifying the difference between the two types of trees.
*Note – there are a few coniferous trees that are not evergreens. You can choose to address this or not in your classroom.
You will find the following resources within this post:
Coniferous & Deciduous Trees Photos for Display
Tree Sort Students will sort facts about coniferous & deciduous tress along with a set of cards that applies to both trees.
Vocabulary Words Fifteen vocabulary words associated with trees. (Also includes blank template for additional words you may want to include.)
Vocabulary Tasks Eight simple vocabulary task cards can be used to help students practice reading and understanding the vocabulary words.
Various Organizers For these organizers, you can place a basket of informational text books focused on trees in a basket at a literacy center. There are assorted pages for students to use along with a book they choose.
Brochure Also included is a brochure for students to complete to share what they have learned about coniferous & deciduous trees.
We suggest that you model these resources during mini-lessons first so that students know your expectations.
The final two slides contain the green background along with a blank box. These can be used by you to coordinate other materials with the center work.
You can download the complete set of Coniferous & Deciduous work here: