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The Lorax
Question & Answers
1. How much did the boy have to pay the Once-ler for him to tell how the Lorax was taken away? _________________________________________________________ 2. What was the name of the bright-colored trees? ________________ 3. Describe how the Truffula Trees felt and smelled? _________________________________________________________ 4. What did the Once-ler make after chopping down the Truffula Tree? _______________________________________ 5. What the job of the Lorax? _____________________________________ 6. Name 3 things a Thneed can be used for: ___________ ____________ ____________ 7. After the Once-ler got busy selling Thneeds what did he do so he could keep up? ________________________________________________________ 8. What happened to the Bar-ba-loots after most of the Truffula Trees were gone? _______________________________________________________________ 9. Did the Once-ler stop making Thneeds even after the Swomee-Swans and Humming-Fish had left? YES NO 10. After the last Truffula Tree was gone and The Lorax left, what did it look like?

11. Can the land return to the way it used to be?

Did you know!
Universal Studios will be releasing The Lorax movie on March 2, 2012… which is the birthday of Dr. Seuss.

Discussion Questions
What is more important, making lots of money or preserving something beautiful? What is something you can do to help keep our area clean?

Making a connection with how the story ends, plant a tree in your yard with your child.

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Answers to Questions 1. 2. 3. 4. 15 cents, a nail and the shell of a great-great-great grandfather snail. Truffula Trees Felt softer than silk and had the sweet smell of fresh butterfly milk. A Thneed 5. The Lorax was the voice of behalf of the trees. 6. Shirt, sock, glove, hat, carpets, pillows, sheets, curtains, bicycle seats. 7. He had his family (brothers, uncles, aunts) help him. 8. They had gas, but no food in their tummies because they used to eat the Truffula Fruit. They ended up having to leave. 9. NO 10. Full of smog, grey, dark, yucky. 11. Maybe, by planting the last Truffula seed that the Once-ler gave the boy.

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