Building a tree ring activity worksheet can provide you with a great start in tracking the progress of your tree ring presentation. It is often simpler to start off by creating the worksheet so that it is very basic and easy to understand. The primary goal is to track the stages as they occur on the timber, or weathered stone, ring that is created during the presentation.
Every ring will be unique in its own way, but having a few basic things worked out beforehand will make it easier to understand as the presentation progresses. Some things to include are the time taken to complete each stage and the percent completion. Other information might include a written estimate, the estimated number of rings needed, detailed account of the ingredients used and a list of materials used for each ring in the presentation.
Tree-ring activity worksheets allow you to record exactly what steps were taken to get to where you are now, especially if you are offering a prize for the winner. In order to offer prizes of good value, it is imperative that the title is clear, concise and reliable.
Generally speaking, a tree-ring activity worksheet will consist of several categories: what is done before and after each step and what exactly did you do during the presentation? If it was difficult to figure out how much was spent on each ring, this could become a point of contention in a bidding situation later on.
Very important, valuable information is always included on the worksheet. These can include the following: how many rings were produced, any special tools used, the exact date, and the total cost.
Making sure all the information is listed clearly is essential to making a winning bid. Most people are not aware of how much an hour of labor will cost until they see the final price tag. This is why it is important to list all the different materials that were used in the presentation and their exact cost to keep a realistic figure in mind.
Additional uses for a tree-ring activity worksheet include recording information about various challenges that were encountered throughout the project. The answers can include general challenges, such as getting plants and other materials to grow quickly, specific challenges, such as time and energy spent trying to move trees. A more specific challenge would be problems related to whether or not it was possible to make sure that the tree had no places for insects to hide and that the tree ring was formed within a short amount of time.
The final piece of information that can be added to a tree ring activity worksheet is a final answer. Many organizations provide award certificate programs that come with the certificate. Giving the certificate out early on in the project is a great way to offer thanks to those who worked on the project and the rest of the audience.