Life science activity helps you find the history of your area in tree rings
This life science activity looks at tree rings and how they can tell about the weather and other conditions when it was growing. Find the history of your area in tree rings near your home.
You can look at tree rings in the stump of a tree and see if it was living when there was a drought or flood. Good growing seasons produce larger tree rings while drought and insects decrease the size of the growth rings in the trees
Look closely at the tree rings and what they tell about the area where the tree lived
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Tree Rings - Life Science Activity You can be a science detective and discover what the weather was like by looking at tree rings. Learn more in this fun life science activity.
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