Torn Paper Truffula Trees – The Lorax

Torn Paper Truffula Trees

Read the book The Lorax (Classic Seuss) and then made torn paper Truffula Trees.

What you need: several colors of construction paper, glue, black or brown markers, and craft sticks.

Torn Paper Truffula Trees

We glued the green paper to the blue paper.

Torn Paper Truffula Trees

We drew lines on our craft sticks. This is a great prewriting activity for kids to do.

Torn Paper Truffula Trees

We glued the sticks on to the paper.

Torn Paper Truffula Trees

We torn the paper and glued it on the sticks. I love torn paper because it is a great way to work in fine motor without kids knowing about it.

Torn Paper Truffula Trees

The finished product.

Torn Paper Truffula Trees

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28 Responses to Torn Paper Truffula Trees – The Lorax

  1. Those truffula trees came out super cute!

  2. My daughter is watching the Lorax as I type this. She is going to love this project!

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  4. Reshama says:

    I really like the use of sticks for tree trunks! The trees look super cute 🙂 Found your blog through Sunday Showcase blog hop. Do stop by and visit us at (based on a quote by Dr. Seuss!)

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  6. Carolyn says:

    This is a lovely activity for children. Perfect fit to the story.

  7. Trisha says:

    My 3 year old daughter and I did these over the weekend. We both had a great time! Thank you for sharing!

  8. Mercy says:

    Brilliant idea. So easy to make. Our 2 and 3 years old enjoyed the activity. It was great fun. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Tiffany H. says:

    These trees are so cute! What a great idea!

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