The Lorax is one of our families’ favorite Dr. Seuss characters. As a matter of fact, he has made such an impression on my seven year old that she chose to research and write her second grade paper on Dr. Seuss. Thus, I naturally was over-the-top excited to see this darling set of printable Lorax coloring pages created for you. From the Bar-ba-loots swinging in the truffula trees to a swomee swan gliding across the water, your child will delight in bringing these coloring pages to life!
As a parent, it has been so fun revisiting Dr. Seuss’s work. Particularly, the Lorax has opened up conversations about the interconnections of life and action versus reaction. And one of our favorite Dr. Seuss quotes: “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”
Fast fun fact: Did you know that during Prohibition while attending Dartmouth College, Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss) was caught drinking gin with friends and was suspended from working on the college magazine?
Printable Lorax Coloring Pages
While I’m geeking out about the Lorax, I must encourage you to take a look at this adorable Lorax craft: how to make your own truffula trees.