Paper Frog Legs template for paper plate frog with party blower tongue

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Our class is studying life-cycle of a frog. We put together this fun frog. Collect small dessert size paper plates, one per child. Have that many party blowers on hand, and a couple more for those kids who will blow too hard and destroy it immediately! Pompoms are great for the eyes, and so are the paper ones included.
Copy legs onto green card stock. These you may wish to cut out ahead.
Fold plate in half. Snip a little hole in the center of the fold, just big enough to pull the blowing end of the party blower through snugly.
If using pompoms (red ones for red-eyed tree frogs) attach with glue gun. Add google eyes, too. Slide blower into place. If the hole was too big, a piece of tape inside will keep it secured. Glue or tape on the legs.
I cut out tiny card-stock "flies", put rolled tape cut in half on each fly. The kids had fun catching the flies on their frog tongues!!
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Paper Frog Legs template for paper plate frog with party b
Paper Frog Legs template for paper plate frog with party b
Paper Frog Legs template for paper plate frog with party b
Paper Frog Legs template for paper plate frog with party b