Frog Lifecycle Craft Activity For Kids
Last week we shared how to make Toilet Tube Frogs. Today we have a fantastic and fun frog themed craft to help teach kids about the Lifecycle of the Frog. I remember learning about lifecycles as a child and always found it so fascinating. I also remember going tadpole fishing with my teachers and it was so much fun. I hope you enjoy this craft and teaching idea.
Supplies For This Fun Frog Project
- White Paper Plate
- Green Craft Paint
- Black Marker Pen
- 1 Tbsp. Vanilla Frosting
- White Sixlets Candy
- 2 Gummy Worms
- Green Gumball
- 3 Frog-shaped Gummies
Albanese Candy, Gummi Rainforest Frogs, 5 Pound BagCharles Leonard Creative Arts Flat Tip Paint Brushes, Short Stubby Plastic Handle with Hog Bristle, 7.5 Inch, Assorted Colors, 10-Pack (73290)Crayola Green Washable Tempera Paint, 32- Ounce
How To Make This Frog Craft
Paint the rim around the plate green. Leave the center white. Let the paint dry.
To make the tadpole, cut a gummy worm in half for the tail and stick the gumball on the end.
To make the froglet, cut the front legs off a frog gummy and stick a half of gummy worm on the back end of it for the tail.
Use a black marker and draw 2 lines on the white circle on the plate so it splits the plate into even fourths.
In the Egg section, put a dollop of frosting on the plate, and stick a little pile of white candy all over it.
In the Tadpole section, put a little dot of frosting and stick the tadpole on.
In the froglet section, put a little dot of frosting and stick the froglet on.
In the Frog section, put a little dot of frosting and stick a whole frog on.
This is a fun learning craft for kids!
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