Wide Mouthed Frog

There is so much you can do with construction paper and glue. With this craft, you’ll make a fabulous frog in just a few easy steps. Is your frog a swamp frog or a tree frog?

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  • Wide Mouthed Frog
  • Wide Mouthed Frog
Enjoy this fun story about a wide mouthed frog and make your own!

Let's Get Started!


Trace a plate two times.

Trace two large circles on green construction paper using a plate.
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Cut out the circles.

Cut the circles out of the green construction paper.
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Fold one circle.

Fold one of the circles in half.
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Glue circles together.

Glue the folded circle on top of the other circle and let dry.
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Draw U's on yellow.

Draw a U shape on a piece of yellow construction paper around half your hand’s length. Fold yellow paper in half. Draw the U shape on the fold. Make 2 U’s at once!
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Cut out U's.

Cut two U-shaped pieces from piece of yellow construction paper.
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Add wiggly eyes.

Glue a wiggly eye onto each yellow U.
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Glue yellow U's to green circle.

Glue the U’s onto the top of the folded circle so that they stick up. Fold a small piece of the yellow paper to make a tab for gluing to frog head.
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Draw a tongue.

Draw a tongue on a piece of pink or red construction paper that is around your hand’s length.
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Cut out tongue.

Cut out a tongue from pink or red construction paper.
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Glue tongue.

Glue tongue inside of folded circle.
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Cut four strips.

Fold a piece of green construction paper in half once and then again to make four strips the same size. Cut four strips of green construction paper.
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Bend the legs.

Bend each strip back and forth to make an accordion.
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Glue on legs.

Glue each leg to the bottom of your circle body for legs. Practice your best frog impressions with this adorable wide-mouthed frog.
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