After you plant your Wish Tree your parent or teacher can enter your Wish for the World here to send it out to the world. (You can see wishes from other children below the form.)
If your students want to learn about trees, there’s no better way than planting Wish Trees. The idea, inspired by the children’s book The Wish Trees: How Planting Trees Can Help Make the World a Better Place, encourages kids to plant a local tree seedling and then make a wish for the world. Then, each time they return to visit and/or care for their tree they can make more wishes! Trees do so many tree-mendous things and planting a tree provides an excellent opportunity to encourage little ones to take pride in their contribution and take part in the world around them.
I wish that the trees will grow strong and wide, they become a home for birds and a place to play under. #wish4theplanet @wish4theplanet #wishes @love_trees
- By Stobart Community School students, Duck Lake, Saskatchewan
At St. John Bosco School we have a very enthusiastic group of students who are part of the Environmental Club and have been apart of a wide variety of initiatives throughout the year. To celebrate the students achievements throughout the year, as a committee we will be planting a tree in our schoolyard . Also, each child went home with a seedling! Thanks to Love Trees! St. John Bosco’s wish for the plant is to keep our earth GREEN and CLEAN! #wish4theplanet @wish4theplanet #wishes @love_trees