This easy cut and paste frog craft is perfect for making this spring and it’s totally free for you to download.
Whether you’re learning about spring animals, life cycles, are planning on practicing some scissor skills or just really like cute frog crafts, this printable is a great one to grab.
You can also print as many copies as you like so whether you need thirty copies for a classroom activity or just want to join in with the fun at home too, this template is ideal.
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Cut and Paste Frog Craft
I had so many positive comments when I shared some cut and paste crafts at the end of last year that I thought it would be fun to share some for the spring season too and this build a frog craft is the first one to our collection.
It’s perfect for a craft that’s easy and quick to set up, all you need to do is print out the PDF, grab the basic craft supplies and you’re ready to get started.
I hope you enjoy making your frog as much as I did!
Want something easier? If have toddlers or preschoolers at home who will find the scissor skills tricky in this activity then why not grab our free printable frog template that’s perfect for coloring and kids crafts.
- Build A Frog PDF
- White paper or cardstock
- Glue – school glue (PVA glue) or a glue stick
- Coloring materials, colored pencils, markers or crayons
Frog Cut Out Craft
Start by printing your frog craft template onto white paper or cardstock. Cardstock is a bit sturdier but can be a little harder to cut.
For this craft I made my version using normal white printer paper.
Color in all the sections of the frog and the lily pad and then carefully cut these out using your scissors.
Make your frog’s face by gluing the eyes, cheeks and mouth onto your frog’s head.
Glue the head onto your frog’s body.
Glue the two smaller legs onto the front of your frog’s body and then stick the two larger legs onto the back.
Finally stick your frog onto the lily pad and your craft is complete.
More Spring Printables
we have loads of free printables for kids on this site and they’re a great way to help you have fun with your child without spending a a fortune, why not try some of these out?
As the weather gets a bit warmer we love the excuse to get outside more and this outdoor scavenger hunt is perfect for helping you get out into your garden, backyard or local park.
There are loads of items to find and color including bees, leaves and worms.
These color mixing worksheets are really sweet, you’ll find flowers, ladybugs and butterflies and they’re a great way to help learn about different colors.
Finally why not check out this cute rainbow playdough mat game.
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- Coloring materials coloring pencils, markers or crayons
- Cut and paste frog PDF
- White paper or cardstock
- Print the frog craft PDF onto white paper or cardstock and color it in.
- Following the guidelines, cut out all the separate parts of the craft using scissors.
- Glue the eyes, cheeks and mouth onto the frogs face.
- Stick the frog's head onto its body and then glue the smaller legs to the front of the frog's body and the larger legs to the back.
- Glue the frog onto it's lily-pad to complete the craft.