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Add these Lorax inspired crafts to your Dr Seuss activities! Your preschoolers are sure to love each one. They’ll be begging to do just one more!
March 2 is Dr. Seuss’s birthday and Read Across America day. Not only is it a great day to read your preschooler’s favorite Dr. Seuss book(s), but it’s a great day to choose a craft or two based on their favorite book.
If The Lorax is on your child’s list of Seuss favorites, they’re going to love these Lorax-inspired crafts and activities. Choose one or more to do on Dr. Seuss’s birthday or any day!
Dr Seuss Activities: Lorax Crafts
This Paper Plate Lorax is simple for tots and preschoolers to make. With tissue paper squares and a handprint mustache, it’s sure to bring a smile to your little one’s face. A Night Owl
You won’t believe how easy it is to make a forest of Sponge Topped Truffula Trees. They’re perfect for decorating your snack table on Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Live Creatively Inspired
Not only are these Lorax Truffula Seed Trees adorable, but they’ll inspire your little ones to plant some seeds this spring. Jinxy Kids
Cake pops rolled in cotton candy? Yes! Get your kids in the kitchen, and whip up a batch of these Truffula Tree Cake Pops for a tasty treat. Adventures of Mel
Your preschoolers can whip up these Pom Pom Truffula Trees in no time. Laura’s Crafty Life
I’ve mentioned many times on the blog how much I love handprint crafts. This Salt Dough Handprint Lorax makes a great addition to your Seuss-inspired crafting time, and will make a great keepsake, as well. Jinxy Kids
This Lorax Felt Board is one that mom/teacher will put together. But, it will inspire hours of imaginative play with your preschoolers. Mod Podge Rocks
Grab some paper plates, paint, craft sticks, and tissue paper. You’ve got all you need to make an entire forest of Tissue Paper Truffula Trees. About a Mom
After making The Lorax Wall Art, your kids will want to hang one in every room! It’s just so cute. Simplistically Living
If cake pops (linked above) aren’t your thing, try making a batch of these Easy Lorax Pretzels with your preschoolers. The Country Chic Cottage
If you’re reading The Lorax for Earth Day, try this Earth Slime Lorax Activity. Little Bins for Little Hands
This simple Truffula Forest Sensory Bin is inexpensive to make and provides tons of hands-on learning. Lemon Lime Adventures
Teach preschoolers patience and care when you try Planting Seeds with Preschoolers. Pre-K Pages
When you set up a few The Lorax Sensory Trays, kids can reenact the story in stages. Science-Sparks
Mix up a batch of homemade paint so your kids can make this Puffy Paint Dr Seuss Craft with Fingerprint Lorax. I Heart Arts N Crafts
Recycle an empty cardboard tube, and make a Lorax Toilet Paper Roll Craft for Kids. Crafty Morning
These Lorax and Truffula Tree Finger Puppets are perfect for helping your preschoolers retell the story after you’ve read it a time or two. Temecula Blogs
Print out the free Lorax template, and your kids can work on scissor skills as they make this Lorax Craft for Kids. Non Toy Gifts
Must Have Resources:
When completing these crafts and activities at home, I find that the following resources are very helpful to have on hand.
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