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This is a cute project that your kids can do / help you with in the school holidays.


Material

  • 1 toilet roll
  • 1 piece of green paper
  • 1 piece of yellow paper
  • small lengths of coloured yarn
  • sticky tape, scissors, paint and paintbrushes, black texta

Method

  1. Paint the toilet roll green and when dry, cut in half.
  2. Cut out arms and legs for each frog and fix them on with sticky tape.
  3. Draw a fly on the piece of yellow paper and cut out. Stick to one end of the yarn, then stick the other end into the frog's mouth.
  4. Draw on eyes and you're done!




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    • 17 Jun 2016
      8:37 pm

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  • Oh cute! I reckon the younger kids would struggle a bit, but the older kids would do all right. Have to get the older ones to help the younger ones to get these done

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  • How cute !
    My son would love these

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  • Very cute and great way to re use toilet rolls

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  • awww these are adorable. Such a great fum for little toddlers. very nice!

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  • There great! They are cute too for all kids to enjoy.

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  • These are pretty cute. I do enjoy creating things with my grandson from bits and bobs laying around the house

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  • This is so adorable! My little man will love these.

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  • All you need now is a pond

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  • These house frogs are just too cute. Very clever idea. Will be collecting the next few toilet rolls to replicate.

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  • I just love coming on here and finding amazing little projects like this! My nieces would absolutely love making these. Especially given their Grandma has a Pet Frog!

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  • Love this – grandson 4 is getting quite good with scissors so this will be a test for him doing the feet

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  • Wonderfully creative and these will keep kids entertained for hours.

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  • Recycling fun. Thanks for this.

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  • A cute frog project for the little ones for the school holidays.


    • Maybe some different coloured frogs for a bit of fun, some with spots too!

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  • We will be learning about wetlands next term. I’ll be trying this one, as we will be learning about the frog cycle. Perfect!

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