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Create an AMAZING Earth Day Display with this lesson after reading your purchased copy of Dr. Seuss' The Lorax! The tree templates include 8 differentiated writing formats to accommodate writing abilities from kindergarten through 4th grade! Perfect for opinion writing or persuasive writing around Earth Day or in March for Theodor Geisel's birthday.THIS BULLETIN BOARD BUNDLE Includes:**8 Differentiated writing templates for Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th grade writers (both primary lined pap
This product includes eight different activities related to The Lorax. - Two cut and paste pages! Students will sort adjectives that describe the Lorax and the Once-ler, as well as the setting before and after the Once-ler comes.- One page of story problems (addition, subtraction, place value)- One venn diagram, also pertaining to the setting of the story.- One "contract" that students can sign and color, saying they "care a whole awful lot"!- One page to design your very own Tree! I provide my
Grades:
K - 3rd
The Lorax and The Earth Day Lesson Plan for grades 3 - 5. A highly engaging earth science picture book that is ideal for teaching about natural resources, conservation, pollution, food chain, and inter-connectedness of nature, plants and animals. Google Classroom Ready - Nearpod Teacher Access included The lesson includes:Learning Objectives Pre, during and post reading questionsText to self questions New Vocabulary activitiesConcepts covered: environment, ecosystem, pollution, inter-contentedne
The Lorax Movie Guide | Questions | Worksheet (PG - 2012) guides students to connect with the characters and concepts in this fantastic film about the environment. Ask students to think about the root causes of why people cut down trees and challenge them to put themselves in the shoes of government and create and explain a law that would discourage people from cutting down trees.Check the preview file for high resolution sample questions to see if this movie guide is suitable for your students.
"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not." This is an editable online environmental science research project, ready for Google Classroom, inspired by the wisdom of Dr. Seuss! >> Students will first watch the 25-minute original Lorax (1972) online while answering comprehension/analysis questions. Then, they will pick their favorite, relevant environmental topics (all themes explored by The Lorax) from a menu with 14 options to complete an
Do you want to start doing Socratic seminars in your classroom? "The Lorax" Socratic Seminar is a perfect way to introduce the Socratic method to your students! Students will engage in higher-level thinking and improve listening and speaking skills during this common-core supported activity. "The Lorax" socratic seminar is very flexible, therefore it can be used with almost any grade level! This product contains: 1. Socratic seminar instructions for the teacher 2. "The Lorax" socratic seminar l
This craft is perfect for Earth Day, celebrating Dr. Seuss' birthday, or a Dr. Seuss unit. This download includes all the pieces needed to complete this craft like that example picture. The writing prompt says, "The Lorax wants to protect the trees. What could you do in your community to help your trees live and grow?" I recommend printing the writing prompt on white cardstock so it all glues together nicely!
This document contains questions that follow along with the movie, The Lorax. Questions are mostly science related, and aligned with the 5th grade TEKS. Questions cover the following topics: Carbon dioxide/Oxygen Cycle, State of Matter, Force, Living/Nonliving organisms, energy, adaptations, human impact on ecosystems, predator/prey, natural resources, and plant life cycles. The last question ties in an english language arts question, that will get the students thinking about what they watched.
Grades:
4th - 6th
The focus of this activity is to introduce and understand the concept of environmental destruction and sustainable development by using the ideas found in 'The Lorax', written by Dr. Seuss. After the class has read The LORAX, students complete this activity. The complete lesson plan can be found at the following link: The Lorax - Earth Day Lesson Plan - Humans and the Environment This lesson is an excellent way to teach students about how humans impact the environment. It can also be use
This cute set of worksheets and activities is perfect to do when your class reads the book: The Lorax--------------------------------------------------------♥ Check out all of our Seuss Inspired Worksheet Sets: ♥ --------------------------------------------------------One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish {Worksheets}Horton Hears a Who {Worksheets}10 Apples Up on Top {Worksheets}The Tooth Book {Worksheets}Cat and Hat {Worksheets}Eggs and Ham {Worksheets}Mulberry Street {Worksheets}♥ We even ha
This 10 page movie guide with handouts accompanies the film "The Lorax (2012)". ★★ Check out the full preview! ★★This guide may also work well as a sub plan for your substitute teacher.PART 1 – Comprehension questions in chronological order. I have made TWO sets for differentiation. The multiple choice questions may also work well with ESL/ELL students. Answer keys included.20 questions requiring full sentence answers.20 multiple choice questions with 3 possible answers PART 2 – Storyboard and S
Students can follow 8 easy steps to learn how to draw the LORAX in celebration of DR. SEUSS'S BIRTHDAY and READ ACROSS AMERICA WEEK.Teachers can use this as a whole-class guided activity and can demonstrate how to draw the picture on the whiteboard/projector while students follow along. Or teachers can use these for centers and/or early finisher work as an independent activity with step-by-step directions.The packet contains the following:8 step learn-to draw (can also be used for a Sequencing a
Dr. Seuss The Lorax Inspired Art Craft and Writing Prompt Activity has been inspired by the book The Lorax by Dr. Seuss. It is a great activity for Earth Day, Read Across America Day, celebrating Dr. Seuss' birthday, a Dr. Seues themed classroom, or a Dr. Seuss unit. A simple no prep activity that is great for all grades but is mostly used with grades K-2. It can be assigned in class or as a take-home project for students to complete after reading the book.---> Visit my YouTube channel for th
How do people change the environment around them? Students will use The Lorax (1972) movie and book by Dr. Seuss to explore examples of human-environmental interaction and their effects on the environment. This is a four day project which is completed in class. Day 1: Students watch The Lorax and complete a video viewing guide. The guide is divided into two parts and is to be completed during the video and after. Guide includes questions on the main characters in the movie, rationalization
Grades:
6th - 8th
Teachers can utilize this no-prep literature study on The Lorax by Dr. Seuss by targeting many specific reading skills to meet their learning objectives. There are many ways to use these resources. Use as an entire packet, or choose pages individually to meet your students' needs. Perfect for a small book club or the whole class! Inside you will find:About the Author Research ActivityPre-reading Discussion QuestionsStory Summary: Characters/Plot/Setting: Graphic OrganizerCharacter Traits Graphi
I hope you can use this product to spark lively conversation about human-environmental interaction in your classroom. This is the perfect mini-unit for Earth Day. What’s included?2 page reading comprehension worksheet for The Lorax by Dr. Seuss (also works with the cartoon)A creative writing assignment Pros/Cons of Deforestation T-Chart note taking activity for The Lorax16 Reading Discussion Task CardsDiscussion Task Card Recording SheetStop Deforestation! Poster project directions (half sheet)
The Lorax by Dr. Seuss is full of silly nonsense words which make great practice for using context clues. This activity has six sentences from the story which include a nonsense word. The students must choose the best meaning for the nonsense word by using the context clues from the sentence and the story. This activity should be done after reading the story.
This week-long, 30+ page comprehensive literacy unit will have your students engaged and excited about reading with the use of the book The Lorax, written by Dr. Seuss! Included in this pack are background building and vocabulary activities, worksheets, before reading dialogue for an interactive read aloud, during reading questioning for an interactive read aloud, graphic organizers, literacy skill charts, theme activities, problem and solution activities, beginning, middle, and end activiti
This can be a powerful introduction to an environmental unit. I have students read and take notes on an article by Rhett Butler describing what happened on Easter Island, and then I read aloud the story The Lorax (not included). Students compare the events that took place in the 2 scenarios/stories. VERY EFFECTIVE!!!
This is a 5E lesson plan for your science classroom. Your students will start with an easy and engaging STEM challenge, with materials you have right in your classroom. This can be as simple as a piece of paper and some tape. Next, your students will answer questions as they watch The Lorax. They'll read an informative article and use strategies to help them understand the material. Next they'll try their hand at excavating a chocolate chip cookie (the one material you'll need to accompany this
Grades:
5th - 12th

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While watching the original Lorax movie (25 min.), students examine the content to identify examples of the five themes of geography (location, place, human-environmental interaction, regions, and movement).
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Grades:
5th - 12th
Overview: These lessons use two classic Dr. Seuss stories, The Sneetches and The Lorax, to teach Common Core English Language Arts standards. Many reviewers have said they've used it for Read Across America. I have used these lessons with a regular 6th grade Communication Arts class. It takes approximately a week to go through all the lessons, plus two more days if you choose to watch Dr. Seuss' The Lorax movie. An answer key has been provided. Also, there is a teacher's guide with suggest
Grades:
6th - 8th
This interactive read aloud document will help you while reading The Lorax and The Great Kapok Tree for Earth Day. This is such a fun way to work on specific reading skills with your students. I love using these even in my 5th grade classroom. My students LOVE it when I read picture books aloud to them, so why not work on ELA skills at the same time! While using the organizers from this packet your kids will work on; Cause/Effect Summarization Story Map Sequencing Compare/Contrast Rain
This activity includes 15 comprehension questions that are to be answered while watching the movie. The worksheet then has students complete questions for homework. This covers the following topics: ecosystems, main idea, similes, fact/opinion, cause and effect, and predicting.
Grades:
5th - 10th
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