- Heavy box cardboard
- Watercolour paints
- Water bowl
- Black marker
- Oil pastels
- A5 Green card (two shades)
- Red paper
- A6 White card
- Lids (small & Large)
Draw a pond shape on the heavy cardboard and cut out. With the watercolours paint the pond using blues and purples.
Put aside to dry.
Using the large lid as a template draw four circles on the green card using the pencil. Draw around the smaller lid on the white card for the frogs eyes, make eight circles. Your child could do the tracing. Cut and put aside.
On the red paper draw some long straight lines these will be for the tongues. Your child could cut these out. Make them as long as you want them.
Time to glue the frogs into the pond. Fold the green circles in half and glue in random places in the pond and make sure to draw the pupils in the eyes before gluing them in place on the frogs.
Next roll the paper tongues around a pencil to make them curly and glue into the mouth of the frogs.
Your frogs are at home in the pond, now it is time to add some details using the oil pastels with some lily pads, flowers or a fly! Don’t forget to sing…….. we all know frogs go la de da de da!
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