Seuss Themed Teacher Appreciation Week! We absolutely love this Dr. From the super-detailed Whoo-feast to the Hop on Popcorn bar, the teachers surely felt the love by the end of the week! Read on as Maegan fills us in on her theme and some of the preparation that made the week so special:
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Seuss more than diy Truffula Trees?? These truffula trees are SO simple to make that anyone can do it! You can even get the kids involved to help you out! Lay your 8 sheets of colored tissue paper down flat on a table like shown below all in one stack. To start fold the tissue paper down about an inch or so then fold it back the other way just like you would do to make a paper fan.
Continue doing this until your entire group of tissue paper is folded. Then trim both ends of the folded tissue paper to make the ends slightly rounded as shown below. Now it starts to get to the fun part!
Do the next layer, and the next and the next. Repeat on the opposite side. You will have pulled up a total of 4 sheets of tissue paper on each side of the fan. Now flip it over and do the same exact thing for the other side! When you are done pulling the tissue paper apart in separate layers it will look like a beautiful flower!
Be careful not to tear the tissue paper, however, as it is delicate. Next we will make the truffala tree diy trunk. I also saw the truffula trunk made by twisting yellow and black bulletin board paper together you can see this on Mrs.
I did not have access to bulletin board paper and the construction paper is just as simple to use! Simple lay the squares of construction paper in a line alternating colors, then tape them together on the back. These are a LOT of fun for your home, daycare center, preschool, or school!
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OR if you have another version of a truffula tree diy tutorial let us know!Get ready for a rhyming good time with Dr. Seuss Jumbo Gift Wrap. It features all of your child's favorite characters, like Horton and the Cat in the Hat. This pack of Dr.
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I love using wrapping paper for backdrops but this time I also used them as a tablecloth! It made the whole table fun and colorful!
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