Thursday, May 5, 2011

Frog Lifecycle Craft

The pond behind our house is teeming with new babies - turtles, frog, and ducks - so of course, we are studying pond life this month. Miss M has been learning the lifecycle of a frog, and when I saw this craft I knew she'd love it.

The cover is a lily-pad made from green construction paper, a muffin cup and tissue paper.


The eggs were made using a q-tip dipped in white paint. We later added the black dots with a marker.


The tadpoles are Miss M's fingerprints dipped in brown paint and the frog printout came from Kidssoup (this is a membership site). When they were dry, they all stapled together to make a little book.

She was so excited to show J and Daddy her project when they got home.

2 comments:

  1. LOVE this craft! I have been looking for something like this for E.

    Kerri

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  2. Excellent. And perfect for toddlers!

    Would love to see you participate with toddler appropriate crafts and activities in our weekly linky. It's up every Friday and it's all about toddlers. :)

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