How to make Rain Forest Model


Rainforests are the forest that report very high frequency of rainfall annually. Rainforests are responsible for 28 percent of the world’s oxygen turnover.

Rainforests are becoming thin because of deforestation which in turn results in habitat loss and atmospheric pollution.

There are two types of rain forest, tropical and temperate.

The common thing between the tropical and temperate rainforests is that they have dense area of forests, very tall and green.

Tropical rainforests are warm and moist where are the temperate rain forests are cool.

Rain forests are like that dark area that absorb the heat and thus the air above the forest is cooler which makes it more likely for a rainfall.

It is impossible to keep into simple words about the benefits and beauty that the rain forests provide to the mankind.

In this video, we are going to show you how to make the rain forest model for school exhibition which can be done using very simple materials that are easily available.

Materials Used:

  1. Green Sheet – 4
  2. Liquid glue
  3. Chop stick
  4. Scale, pencil
  5. Scissors
  6. Card board
  7. Thick sheet
  8. Blue pattern sheet
  9. Light Green sheet -2

You use the resource/tools page section to find the tips where you can buy these materials used at a reasonable cost.

Detailed Video Show How To Make Rain Forest Model

Questions and Answers:

  1. What are
    the types of rainforests?

A. There are basically two types of rain forests, they are tropical rainforests and temperate rainforests.

2. What are the parts of the rainforest?

A. There are four parts in a rainforest, they are, emergent layer, canopy layer, understory layer and forest floor.

       3. What are the uses of rain forests?

       A. Rain forests provide timber/wood and various animal products to the humans. These days, rain forests have become a great tourist destination and also ecosystem service provider. There are many plants driven medicines that come from these rainforests and used for treating infections, fevers and various other diseases. Rain forests also absorb large quantities of carbon dioxide thus helping the atmosphere.

       4. How are rainforests created?

       A. Rainforests are formed because of the huge rainfalls that they experience every year. They are considered as the one the oldest living eco system of the earth.


It is said that half of the earth’s animal species and plant species live in the rainforests. Thus, it is very important to protect our rainforests.

This has been declining every year because of the increasing deforestation. These are used for agricultural purposes, which affect the animal and plant habitat.

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