THE LORAX PARTNERSHIP

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#1)  THE LORAX PARTNERSHIP

Postby edfrank » Fri Sep 21, 2012 11:20 am

THE LORAX PARTNERSHIP

Discover the Forest:
Have you discovered our new Lorax Curriculum? Developed by the U.S. Forest Service, Project Learning Tree (PLT), Dr. Seuss' The Lorax and the Ad Council, it’s designed to help students connect with nature and discover the benefits of forests. Hands-on activities allow children to learn about our ecosystems, sustainable living, management of natural resources and more!


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0T5l7wItsw


LORAX IN SCHOOL - ACTIVITIES FOR THE CLASSROOM

Get your free curriculum @ http://www.discovertheforest.org/lorax

               
                       
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PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

Through the Discover the Forest campaign, the U.S. Forest Service has partnered with the Ad Council and Universal Pictures to launch a series of public service advertisements (PSAs) and educational materials featuring characters from the animated adventure Dr Seuss’ The Lorax. The PSAs and the educational materials aim to encourage parents, caregivers and their kids to go out to the forest to experience and reconnect with nature. These PSAs encourage families to get out to the forest to experience its benefits first-hand.


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