This paper plate frog craft is a great addition to any preschool learning project! We created this with our letter of the week crafts for learning all about letter /Ff/. It is so much fun! Plus if you are learning all about frogs this is a great project for that too!
This f is for frog craft is simple but entertaining and your preschooler will enjoy the hands on process. Check out how we made this paper plate frog!
You will need:
- 1 paper plate
- green & brown paint
- green, red, white, and black construction paper
- pencil or marker
- circle paper cutter
Begin by allowing your preschooler to paint the back of the paper plate with the green paint.
While the paint is drying use the circle paper cutter or scissors to cut out 2 large white circles for the eyes. Then cut out 2 smaller black circles as well. Glue the black smaller circles to the white larger circles.
Trace your preschooler’s hands on the piece of green construction paper and have them cut them out. While they have their scissors handy cut a strip of red paper for the tongue! We cut one about an inch or so wide and a few inches long and also cut out a small triangle from the bottom. Use your paper cutter or scissors to cut a large black circle for the mouth. Then cut the circle in half with scissors. Glue the tongue to the mouth piece.
Glue the eyes to the top of your paper plate and assemble the mouth too! Attach your hand print cutouts to the back side for your froggy’s feet! Feel free at this point to add some spots to your frog with a little brown paint and 2 dots for the nose!