The oldest living trees are older than you might think!
This one is in Sweden.
The oldest in the US?
“Methuselah, a bristlecone pine tree from California’s White Mountains, is thought to be almost 5,000 years old—and the oldest non-clonal tree in the world. The exact location of the gnarled, twisted Methuselah is a Forest Service secret, for its protection (that might not be it above).Apr 26, 2014″
1. Country reports is a good place to start
2. So is Culture Grams
3. Kids know it
4. Ducksters: (no password required)
Ask your teacher for the username and password
For the 50 States:
1. http://www.50states.com/ has trees, birds, songs, famous people, maps…everything you could ask for.
Other interesting stories:
1. Did you know that the polar bear capital of the world is in Canada?
2. You could make your own map of the bears of North America:
or make your own biome map!
All about biomes:
More resources for teachers: