Today I read the Lorax book by Dr. Seuss to the students. After I read the story, we made a Lorax mustache craft! We cut out a yellow construction paper mustache and taped it onto a popsicle stick! Here are a couple of pictures…
I took some photos of the girls together! (I put stickers over their pretty faces to protect their privacy)
Here is our bulletin board with Truffula trees. We made this Lorax craft, and tomorrow we will write on his belly things we can do to “save the earth.” Tomorrow, we will put the Lorax up on the board too. This background was perfect to take pictures in front of today though!
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6 responses to “Lorax Mustache Craft”
Oh my! Hilarious! I want to make one!
I would love if you would come and share a link to this post on my blog, Happy Birthday Author. I have a linky that is collecting ideas to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday.
OOH SUPER cute!! I might have to do that with my boys tomorrow!! Thanks for sharing with me! What a great idea!
Crystal @ SurvivingaTeachersSalary.com
Those are cute! I am a new follower and I am so doing those this week!
Thank you for sharing.
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