Fun Frog Crafts

frog craft ideas

Well, March has arrived and that means it’s time to start thinking green! We’re talking about frog green, of course!
Here are some fun (and green!) frog crafts for you to try.

Paper Bag Frog Puppets — All you need for this frog craft is paper bags, different colored construction paper, scissors, glue, and markers. If you want, put out big googly eyes and other craft materials such as pom poms, pipe cleaners, felt or whatever you have on hand. You might make a sample for the kids to look at, but they usually will come up with some great ideas on their own.

Origami Hopping Frogs — All you need to make these adorable little guys is a rectangular piece of paper and some optional decorations for the eyes and spots. If you press on their bottoms they will hop away! Here is a diagram to show you how to make them.

origami frog directions

Frog Visors — This is another really cute and simple frog craft. Set out the materials and let your kids glue their frog together. Here is what you will need:

  • 1 green foam visor
  • 2 large green pom poms
  • 2 large googly eyes
  • 2 small light green pom poms
  • Red felt for tongue
  • Craft glue

Paper Plate Frog Craft — This handsome prince is just waiting to be kissed! Here’s how to put him together:


  • Dinner-sized paper plate
  • Green paint
  • Green craft foam 
  • 2 Googly Eyes
  • Red popsicle stick (or a plain popsicle stick and red marker to color it)
  • Yellow construction paper
  • Craft glue
  • Scissors

Directions: Paint the bottom of your plate green. While it is drying, cut your frog’s legs and two oval shapes for your frog’s eyes from the green craft foam. Glue the googly eyes onto the foam ovals. If your craft stick isn’t colored, use red marker or paint to color it. Cut some circles out of yellow construction paper for your frog’s spots. Now you are ready to assemble. Fold your paper plate in half. The open half will become the frog’s mouth. Glue the legs to the bottom of the plate, and glue the foam eyes to the top by the crease. Glue the red tongue to the inside bottom of the mouth, and finally, glue on some yellow spots!

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