The Lorax Truffula Trees


Today is Dr. Seuss Day and in honor of his big day I wanted to share with you a super simple easy craft, The Lorax Truffula Trees. Mommy and I love reading Dr. Seuss books and Mommy did a post a few years ago where she explained Why Your Children Should Read Dr. Seuss Books. One of my favorite movie from Dr. Seuss has been The Lorax but I have seen quite a few other movies, including Cat in the Hat, Horton Hears a Who and The Grinch. However, I love the story behind the Lorax so without further ado, here are my truffula trees.

The Lorax Truffula Trees

Supplies needed:
Paper straws
Regular pompoms but the sparkly pompoms work best
Glue/Glue Gun


Instructions:

With your glue gun or whatever glue you prefer, attach the pompom to the straw and let dry.

That's it! You're done! Can you believe how easy it was to make these truffula trees? I couldn't believe it either. Mommy helped me put it together with the glue and I attached it to the straw. You can do this with your own little ones after reading The Lorax.


If  you still haven't started  your little one's Dr. Seuss library, may we recommend the Dr. Seuss's Beginner Book Collection? It contains the more popular books and will get you started.


4 comments

  1. This is such a cute and easy idea! My kids would love to make these.

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    1. Thank you for stopping by Michelle. I hope your children would enjoy making them along with you.

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  2. Now why didn't I think of this? This is so easy to do and I have all the supplies on hand as well. I guess I know what I'll be doing this weekend. Thank you.

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    1. Oh I'm sure you'll have lots of fun doing so. Thank you for visiting.

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