The Lorax comes to theaters on March 2 in honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday and, to get into the spirit of Read Across America, many teachers are creating classroom displays with this very theme. Check out these awesome Lorax-inspired boards…
We love this vibrant door display from Andi at Pencils, Glue, & Tying Shoes and think it would make a festive addition to any early childhood classroom!
Here’s another seuss-tastic door display from Ashley over at A Librarian Life for Me!
The simplicity of this Lorax door display created by Terry Wagnon makes it a seuss-tastic option for celebrating the famous author’s birthday and Read Across America!
Heather Melton designed this cutesy Lorax-inspired wall display. We love that she used Easter grass to create the truffula trees and the Lorax’s mustache – it adds visual interest and a cool 3D effect!
Malarie of You Can Make The Sunshine Anytime created this great Lorax-themed bulletin board to teach her students how they can do their part to take care of the earth – perfect for Read Across America or Earth Day!
While this fun design from Tara Simpson provides dynamic classroom decoration for all your upcoming ‘Seuss’ events, it also doubles as a tool for discussing The Lorax – themes, plot events, etc!
We also had to include these truffula trees from Jessica Lodge at Mrs. Lodge’s Library because, let’s face it, they’re totally adorable and would add a fun element to any Lorax themed classroom display!
Be sure to check out these awesome designs and visit tomorrow for the last part of our Dr. Seuss showcase!