Dr. Seuss Activities: Lorax Felt Story Board
If you’re looking for easy Dr Seuss activities, felt this Lorax story board is easy to assemble and provides hours of play!
Dr. Seuss was so whimsical, fun, and of course, the best children’s books at all . . . so I decided to honor him with a craft.
As you can see, I’m having fun with the Lorax. Kids will love it, change the scenes with this fun felt story board! This first scene is the Lorax with truffula trees.
Here is another scene: the factory, and the cutting down truffula trees. It is kind of depressing, but it doesn't have to be that way for long!
children, you can change the pieces, and the Velcro fastener holds the pieces (easy) to the surface.
another great thing about this story board is that a child old enough to have a pair of scissors and glue can help make it. Dr. Seuss activities, so much fun – here’s how this is done.
Dr Seuss activities: felt Lorax Story Board
Collect These Supplies
self-Adhesive Velcro fastener
felt in various colors
Fleece for the sky background
, To keep track of before you do something with your Hoop, you’ll need the grass so that it is the front of the “ scene fits.” Trace a half circle, cut the grass to fit the inner Hoop and then set aside.
Secure your fleece into the embroidery frame, by craft glue to add on the inner side of the outer ring.
Sandwich the fleece between the two parts of the embroidery Hoop and press it firmly. Allow it to dry.
Using your scissors, cut the fleece close to the edge.
Use craft glue to paste the grass on the front of the scene.
Draw shapes onto the fleece with a pen, then cut with scissors. Truffula make trees, tree stumps, and a warehouse.
Stick together, everything needs to be glued and let it dry.
The self-adhesive velcro-stick to the back of the felt beautiful. Larger pieces should be two circles.
I want to didn’t to free hand the little guy the tape, and so I printed a graphic, and secure the felt with a piece of. Then I cut out him, to feel, together with eyebrows and moustache of gold.
Add blurred eyes, mustache and eyebrows to The Lorax with craft glue. Let dry.
Here are all the parts tell the story of the Lorax! You make so many story pieces as you want, and save it in a plastic sandwich bag when not in use. What is your favorite Dr. Seuss activities? Let me know in the commentsknow!br>