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The Lorax Lapbook Activities

The Lorax Lapbook Activities

In honor In honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March 2nd we decided to jump on the band wagon and do a small unit ourselves! Rather than try to cover everything, I just decided to use The Lorax.

 

Last week I compiled a bunch of Lorax Resources and Printables related to The Lorax book. I took a little bit here and a little bit there to put together some activities for Ava to do throughout the week, and finished out the week by putting it all into a The Lorax Lapbook, and seeing the movie.

 

Each day we started by reading The Lorax, either together, or she would have The Lorax interactive book app on my iPad read it for her. She really liked this because of the fun voices and sounds.


Then we would do a fun activity related to the book. Many of our activities came from this great FREE Lorax Unit Study from Homeschool Share. Some of the other activities I have added the link where they came from as well, although you can find links to anything I used (or considered) for this unit in my previous post of The Lorax Resources and Printables.  Here I have listed The Lorax activities we completed during the week.

The Lorax Lapbook Activities

 

 

1. What’s The Difference – Wants & Needs

 

 

2. Recycle, Recycle, Recycle – Paper, Plastic, Metal, & Glass

 

 

3. Lorax Memory Game

4. Colors – Before & After the Truffula Trees Were Chopped Down

 

 

5. Trees – Parts of a Tree Diagram

 

 

6. Art – Draw the Once-ler & Various Coloring Sheets

7. FREE Printable Wordsearch

Watch The Lorax Movie

More Dr. Seuss Fun

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4 Comments

  1. Diane
    Mar 19, 2012 @ 13:28:08

    Fantastic unit! I am amazed by what is available now for home study families. Wish they’d been around when my kids were in school! Thank you so much for sharing on NOBH!

  2. susanhomeschooling
    Feb 25, 2014 @ 13:25:44

    My kids have always loved Dr. Seuss. What a fun unit study!

  3. Heidi
    Feb 25, 2014 @ 13:32:18

    This one was tons of fun! Who doesn’t love a little Dr. Seuss? And the colors are so wonderful in this book!

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