Pablo’s Tree

Each year on his birthday, a young Mexican-American boy looks forward to seeing how his grandfather decorated the tree planted the day the boy was adopted. Authored by Pat Mora, this book embraces new traditions and values, as well as exhibits familiar family relations that are warm and heartfelt.

In addition to giving us wood, paper, food, and other products, trees are invaluable assets to our communities. As such, people all over the world celebrate trees. This year, National Arbor Day is April 27th. Consider decorating a tree to celebrate, just like Pablo and his grandfather!

Grades PreK-3. ISBN: 0027674010.

Try this book in conjunction with the following PLT activities:

Environmental Experiences for Early Childhood

Activity 8: Adopt a Tree
Activity 11: Three Cheers for Trees

PreK-8 Environmental Education Activity Guide

Activity 13: We All Need Trees
Activity 15: A Few of My Favorite Things
Activity 21: Adopt a Tree
Activity 30: Three Cheers forTrees!
Activity 31: Plant a Tree
Activity 89: Trees for Many Reasons

Jackie Stallard

Jackie Stallard

Jackie is Senior Manager, Curriculum & Outreach for Project Learning Tree. Jackie leads the strategic direction and creation of the next generation of PLT’s PreK-12 environmental education materials, as well as other instructional materials and resources.

Jackie Stallard

Jackie Stallard

Jackie is Senior Manager, Curriculum & Outreach for Project Learning Tree. Jackie leads the strategic direction and creation of the next generation of PLT’s PreK-12 environmental education materials, as well as other instructional materials and resources.
Jackie Stallard

Jackie Stallard

Jackie is Senior Manager, Curriculum & Outreach for Project Learning Tree. Jackie leads the strategic direction and creation of the next generation of PLT’s PreK-12 environmental education materials, as well as other instructional materials and resources.

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