Fall into the outdoors!
Fall can be just as much fun as summer! We want to help you find both indoor and outdoor activities that encourage you to explore nature. So, let’s get started! Check out these fun activities and ideas.
Get colorfully active!
- Download leaf coloring pages and research information about the
tree you want to color.
- Discover the Forest will help you learn how to make leaf
rubbings and find other outdoor fun activities
- First Lady Michelle Obama says, “Let’s Move Outside!” Get ideas about
where to go and what to do.
- Animal Inn is a place to learn where why trees are important to critters.
- Natural Inquirer is a free kid’s science journal and includes The World’s
Forests Edition and the Urban Forest Edition.
- FACELook is a monograph about relationship between carbon,
photosynthesis, and roots of trees.
- Investi-gator is a free science journal for upper elementary level students.
- USDA Plants Database offers information, fact sheets, and more than 40,000 photos..
- iTree will help you learn how much your tree is worth.
Get connected with our friends and partners!
- The Arbor Day Foundation offers Nature Explore, an online nature exploration site, What Tree is That?, which is a great way to explore trees in your neighborhood or the forest, and What is the life of a tree?, an animated explanation of how a tree grows.
- Cornell University helps you answer the question, “What is that bird?”
- University of Illinois Extension presents Dr. Arbor Talks Trees, an animated project about “Tree Basics.”
- Kentucky Educational Television helps you take an electronic field trip to a forest.
- Working outdoors is fun. Find out about Natural Resources Careers.