Troop On-line Activity #23 - Trees with Needles
1st Kanata Scout Group - Beaverbrook Troop
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Joke
Chris: Where do animals go when their tails fall off?
Bob: Where?
Chris: The retail store.
Saying (to think about)
Never regret anything that made you smile
The government of Ontario has a good online tree atlas: https://www.ontario.ca/environment-and-energy/tree-atlas
The following coniferuous trees (they have needles) are native to the Ottawa area. Take a look at the entry in the tree altas for each one and then answer the questions.

Balsam Fir - https://www.ontario.ca/page/balsam-fir
Eastern White Pine - https://www.ontario.ca/page/eastern-white-pine
Tamarack - https://www.ontario.ca/page/tamarack
White Spruce - https://www.ontario.ca/page/white-spruce
1) Check the box next to the name of the tree whose bark is in the picture below.
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2) Check the box next to the name of the tree whose needles are in the picture below.
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3) Check the box next to the name of the tree whose bark is in the picture below.
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4) Check the box next to the name of the tree whose bark is in the picture below.
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5) Check the box next to the name of the tree whose needles are in the picture below.
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6) Check the box next to the name of the tree whose bark is in the picture below.
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7) Check the box next to the name of the tree whose needles are in the picture below.
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8) Check the box next to the name of the tree whose needles are in the picture below.
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