Frog Craft

frog-craftIf you have young children and you are studying frogs, this is a simple and fun frog craft to make. I found it in a Family Fun Magazine. Instead of using green craft foam, I just used green construction paper. The magazine used to have a template online, but they deleted it. So, looking at the design above, you could draw that shape on a piece of green construction paper. Have your kids cut it out.

We bent back the head, glued on some google eyes, and cut an “X” where the mouth goes. Then we shoved the party blower through an “X” in the middle of the body and through the mouth. It took about ten minutes. (I have no idea why they say it takes an hour.)

Of course, the frog craft party blowers don’t last very long, but they sure were fun while they lasted. The kids kept blowing the party favors in each other’s faces, and they had a great time! (If you buy a lot of party blowers, you can change them out when they’re covered in spit!)

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2 Responses to “Frog Craft”

  1. Johnna says:

    Hi, do you happen to have the template for this ? Family fun doesnt have the template on the site and I would love to do this for a VBS craft.

    • Susan says:

      I just drew it free hand based on the picture. It looks like they’ve deleted the template, but the shape of the paper is still there. You could fold it in half length-wise to make sure both sides are even. Hopefully that helps.

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