The Tree House Adventures
The Tree House Adventures is a fun place of Education, Environment and Adventure for all children loving to learn and explore nature.
Our characters are based around a real team caring for trees along with our equipment, everyone’s local tree in our nearby park and of course, Australian animals.
Together we will have fun learning about being a kind friend, learning about nature and trees, how we look after them, why we need them and why sometimes we need to remove them. Meet our team and equipment. You may also have fun watching our animation and of course, collect our FREE Ebooks. You can also buy and collect our other books. Don’t forget to go to our activities page and print off some dot to dot, find a word, colouring in pages and more.
Be a Kind Friend with our EBooks
Our colourful Ebooks are for 3-6 year old children, helping them to be a kind friend when starting preschool and/or school. Mr Tree and his animal friends will guide you and help you to be the best you can be.
Check out our FREE EBooks:-
- Say Kind Words
- Smile and Be Happy with your Friends
- Always say Please and Thank You
- Always Do your Best
Books on Bullying
Mr Tree is a helpful tree in the local park and talks to all the children helping them being a kind friend and also to help solve some problems. Some of these problems may or may not be in your child’s life but are a starting point for a conversation. These problems are bullying, coming together as a team and using kind words. Maybe Mr Tree might help you to solve your problem.
Click to find out more about each of our books:
Learn about Trees!
Trees are amazing living things that provide us with so much. Trees give us oxygen so we can breathe, fruit to eat, timber to make houses, shade to keep us cool and lots of shelter for animals. Click here and learn more about what trees can provide for us and our environment.
WATCH THE TREE HOUSE ADVENTURES!
Watch The Tree House Adventures crew remove a tree that is dangerous. The tree has lost a large limb and the remaining tree would not survive without it. Half of the trees food supply has been lost. You can also read about this animation in our book called The Big Tree Job.