F is for Frog Letter of the Week Craft

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Are you teaching your little one his ABC’s? We have a super fun way to make learning the alphabet hands on. Check out our letter of the week crafts for preschoolers.

We’re going to show you how easy it is to make an f is for frog craft using our easy to follow template.


letter of the week craft F is for Frog

You will need:

Letter of the Week Step By Step Tutorial:

letter of the week craft F is for Frog

1. Glue the F to the paper.  Make sure it is off-center toward the left.

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2. Add round circles to the letter F so that you will have a speckled frog.  This step is optional — plain frogs are great too. 🙂

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3. Add the black stickers (or glue the black circles) to the larger white circles and attach them to the top of the F.

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4. Attach the frog legs.

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5. Use the school glue to make a stream of glue on the paper, coming from or near the open space at the top of the F.  Carefully press down the red yarn for the frog’s tongue.

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6.  Dip your thumb in the black paint and make dots for the flies.

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And here they are!


Here’s a fun song that fits perfectly with our craft!  Sing it to the tune of “Farmer in the Dell”:

The frog lives in the pond,
His tongue is oh so long.
It reaches high to catch a fly,
And then he sings this song.
Ribbit, Ribbit, ribbit
Ribbit, ribbit, ribbit
Hi, ho just watch him go
His tongue is oh so long!

When we learned about the letter F a few months ago my boys sang this this all the time.  Especially when they got free plastic hats from the fire station. 🙂  Sing it to the tune of “I’m a Little Teapot.”

I’m a little firefighter on the go.
Here is my helmet,
Here is my hose.
When I see a fire, hear me shout:
“Turn on the water and put the fire out!”



Too Many Frogs! by Sandy Asher

This is a fun story with adorably goofy pictures.  Rabbit lives by  himself and has things just the way he likes it: no fuss and no clutter.  Each evening, he reads quietly by the fire.  Until Froggie shows up.  Each night he returns to hear the story — making himself a snack, piling up the pillows – and then showing up with his entire frog family.   It’s all just too much fuss and clutter for Rabbit.  But when he turns Froggie away, he finds that he misses having someone to listen. At the end of the story he embraces this different way of life.  We loved this one!

birthday fish

The Birthday Fish, by Dan Yaccarino

If you haven’t read this book, please get it from your library as soon as you can – it’s too great to miss!  More than anything else, Cynthia wants a pony for her birthday.  She’s so sure she’ll get it that she’s picked out the name: Marigold.  But on her birthday she gets a terribly disappointing gift instead… a goldfish.   She is about to dump the gift down the drain, when it speaks up and promises to grant her a wish if she brings it to the lake instead.  Over the long walk to the lake the two become friends.  And as they turn around for home,  Cynthia gives the fish a name – can you guess what it is?


Firefighters A to Z, by Chris Demarest

Do you have a preschooler who’s crazy about firefighters?  This is one of our favorites, written by a volunteer firefighter.  He takes you through a day in a firefighter’s life from A to Z.  This action-filled story features bright letters to begin each page. Your preschooler may enjoy naming them as you turn the page.

letter of the week craft F is for Frog


  1. I’ve checked out all the letters you’ve done so far… these are brilliant. I e-mailed a link to my daughter who teaches 2 to 5 year olds. Thanks so much for sharing these.

    1. Thanks so much for sharing with your daughter. We really appreciate it!

  2. Co cool, Crystal. What a great craft idea for the letter F.

  3. So creative and educational. Fun idea to play with kids.

  4. AMAZING crafts and creations. I look forward to offering my students fun filled letter creations. Thank you.

    1. Thank you Natalie. Your words are too sweet. So glad you guys are enjoying it.

  5. Fun fun fun! We’re going to be using a Five in a Row approach this fall, and I’m filing this fun frog craft away for then. (We’ll use it when we read the book Play with Me).

    Thanks for linking up with The Thoughtful Spot! I’ll be sharing on Pinterest, too.

    1. I am eager to hear how you like Five in a Row. I’ve heard great things!

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  8. Melinda Toungette says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your Letter of the Week. I am a grandmother that is just trying to work with her grandchildren before they go to school.

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