Language English Jardin botanique Students will learn all about trees, their needs and the important role they play for animals. Photo: Jardin botanique de Montréal (Michel Tremblay) TabsDescriptionACTIVITYUsing magnifying glasses, the budding naturalists will observe, discover and identify different hardwood and conifer tree structures. They’ll also learn about trees, their needs, their life cycle and the key role they play in the lives of animals—all while having lots of fun! Dates May 1 to 31, 2024 Schedule9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., Wednesday to Friday.Special notesIn french only Educational fact sheet available on the Web Grade levelElementary cycle oneSpecialized clienteleActivity adapted for classes with learning disabilitiesActivity adapted to reception classesMain topicBiodiversityBotanyEcologyCapacity1 classDuration60 minutesLocationFrédéric Back Tree PavilionArboretumTakes place at the Tree HouseReservationRequiredReservations and conditions Preparatory activity Trees Up Close - Do you know the different parts of a tree? Students match up each word with the right part on the tree.