Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Red Eyed Tree Frog Craft for Kids: Project #104

Red Eyed Tree Frog Craft for Kids
Crafts for all abilities!   
for Ages 3 Years and Up    
Supplies Needed
  • Small Paper Plate
  • Green Poster Paint
  • Green Construction Paper
  • Stick Glue, White Glue, or Double Sided Tape
  • Orange or Red Crayon
  • Scissors
  • 2 Red Googly Eyes
Time Needed
  • 15-30 Minutes plus drying time.
What To Do
  1. Paint one side of the paper plate with green paint.
  2. Draw 2 arms and 2 legs onto the green construction paper.
  3. Color in the hands/feet with red or orange crayon.

  4. Cut out arms and legs.
    HINT: If your child is going to play with this project, I suggest cutting out the toes as one big circle so it doesn't easily tear.
  5. Attach the arms and legs to your frog with glue or tape.
  6. Add red googly eyes to paper plate with glue or tape.

  7. Draw a mouth for your froggie.
  8. ENJOY! You're done! Play!
Don't Forget to Take a photo and share it with us! You are automatically entered into our WEEKLY GIVEAWAY on our Facebook Page when you post a photo of your finished project and "Like" Us ! Giveaway is randomly selected. 

Why We Love Crafts for Kids
Art develops creative thinking, provides means of communication and self expression, increases self understanding, strengthens self concepts and confidence, serves as an emotional release, provides decision-making opportunities, develops appreciation for the individuality of others, aids physical coordination, develops work habits and a sense of responsibility, heightens aesthetic awareness and sensitivity, and generates joy!
Featured Toy
$9.99 *ON SALE $7.99
*price is subject to change
This bright green Froggy face ball will encourage everyone to hop into good times in your backyard or on the playground! Made of durable rubber, this ball is ideal for early catching and kicking games. 


Pammy pam said...

i am in love with that cute froggie. i might use it for my classroom. thanks!

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Cindy deRosier said...

I'm the Editorial Assistant for Fun Family Crafts and I wanted to let you know that we have featured your frog! You can see it here:


If you have other kid friendly crafts, we'd love it if you would submit them. If you would like to display a featured button on your site, you can grab one from the right side bar of your post above. Thanks for a wonderful project idea!

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