This is a fantastic craft to go along with many Earth Day lessons! The Lorax is one of if not my favorite children's story. Many years ago I read it as a prose piece for forensic (competitive acting and speaking competitions). To this day when I read the book with gusto I get a little choked up at the end. Oh Dr. Suess, how I adore this book!
Great for a guided reading or MTSS activity after reading The Lorax and discussing it's meaning
Fantastic art project to use to talk about book illustrations and the work of Dr. Suess
Wonderful for discussing earth day and how we can help our environment
Great project to discuss about being good citizens
I actually think The Lorax by Dr. Suess could be used as a week long project leading up to Earth day. There are so many activities you can do along with the book. I once had my class make recycled paper with marigold seeds in the paper. Once the paper dried they wrote down one thing they could do to make a difference in the world. We then went out and planted the paper. The other sheet (they made two) they gave to someone they cared about telling them what they learned about the environment. The kids loved it! I think this lesson along with others can be used to teach about our environment and why it's important for us to be good world citizens and do our part.