I love finding great Dr. Seuss activities! Dr. Seuss is one of my all-time favorite children’s author. Some of my first memories of reading with my mother come from Dr. Seuss. My favorites being The Lorax and The Cat In The Hat. This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience. This means I may receive a small commission if you purchase anything through these links. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.
These fun stories not only share fun inspiring rhymes but some life lessons as well. As far as The Lorax goes, I love how he is a protector of the environment. In celebration of Dr. Seuss’s birthday, I thought I would share this fun craft you can do with your kids. Enjoy!
Paper bag Lorax Puppet
Brown paper lunch bag
Yellow & Orange Construction Paper
Leave the paper bag folded, as is. The bottom of the bag will be the where you make the face of Lorax
Start by cutting the pieces you need, refer to our photo and do not worry if you can not draw, it is ok!
What you need:
From the orange paper-
an oval (nose)
a U shape (mouth)
From the yellow paper-
Cut out all your pieces. Glue the mustache on first, then the eyebrows just at the top edge of the bag.
Feel free to refer to our photo, but have fun creating your own!
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