Homework Help: Identifying Leaves

Homework Help: Identifying Leaves

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Have you been assigned making a leaf collection yet? If you have started your collection already but haven’t identified the leaves yet, here are some websites and books that will help you figure out the names of the trees your leaves came from. If you haven’t started collecting yet Butler University and Crown Hill Cemetery right here in Indianapolis are great places to get started. They each provide printable maps and information to make your visit successful.

Websites:


Local Places to Find Leaves:

If you haven’t started your collection yet or want to add to what you already have, there are two great places you can go in Indianapolis to find leaves, Crown Hill Cemetery and Butler University. Both places have websites you can go to for maps and directions. They even label the trees so that you know for sure what kind of leaf you have. Put on some old shoes and go on a leaf hike. The sun is shining, you get a map, the trees are labelled – Easy A!

Crown Hill Cemetery Logo

Crown Hill Cemetery
700 West 38th Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208
Phone: 317-925-3800

Butler University
4600 Sunset Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Phone: 317-940-9413 or 317-940-8302

  • Butler University Friesner Herbarium Tree Walk

 

Memorial Stadium, Indiana State University
3300 Wabash Avenue
Terre Haute, IN 47803101 Trees of Indiana
The “Indiana Veterans Memorial Mile” is a one mile walking trail around Indiana State University’s Memorial Stadium located at Wabash and Brown Avenues on the Historic National Road.


Books:

Use your indyPL Library Card to check out books at any of our locations, or check out e-books and e-audiobooks from home right to your device. Click on a book jacket below to request a book or download it. Need help? Call or ask a Library staff member at any of our locations, text a librarian at 317 333-6877, or leave a comment.

Native Trees of the Midwest20 Ways to Draw a Tree101 Trees of IndianaGolden Guide to Familiar American TreesDeep RootsFirst Field Guide to TreesStrange TreesSuper Simple Leaf ProjectsTell Me TreeTree a FableTreeTreesTreesTrees of IndianaFrom Apple Trees to Cider Please
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  1. ok anybody on to help me. I have to do a leave project for 4-h and I have to figure out the name of the leaves and I can’t find a good website. can anyone help me???

  2. YA!im with u Audrey.I hate when they do that.THIS IS WHAT THE SAY(WELL UM I DONT KNOW WHY R U ASKING ME)and paige u r…. IM 10 and have better luck of looking for leaf names

  3. how do you know what the leaf is when you do not know what the tree is? how do you identify leafs?
    isn’t the most common leaf the mapels?

  4. also all the other web sites like google and ask .com dont tell you anything it just gives you stupid answers lke “i dont know” literaly it says that and it all just so stupid and it just doesnt help you i hate that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    i mean what the heack############################

  5. I’m trying to do a craft and I’m also trying to figure the names of leaves out and the stupid internet won’t help me ugg i hate this nothing works!!!!!!!!

  6. i dont understend i dont get how to identify leaves or trees in thist thang this is stupid i need help and im 15!

  7. @Paige – To learn how to identify leaves you need to click on the website at the top of the page like “What Tree Is It?” and “How to Identify Leaves”. Give that a try.

  8. You can use the websites in this blog post to help you identify your leaves. Give a couple of them a try.

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