How to make a frog mask
This is a lovely creative project to accompany learning about the science of the life cycle of frogs in spring-time, that begin life as thousands of tiny frog eggs known as frogspawn. How each egg can turn into a tadpole, before growing little legs and arms and finally becoming a fully grown frog.
Frogs – they are EVERYwhere (not in our back garden though, we do love a tadpole – and tempting though it may be to bring some home in a bucket, you really should leave them in their natural territory) so getting crafty inspired by nature is really fun!
How about this for an idea, a Frog party?! Wouldn’t that be just so cool, with lots of green balloons and streamers – a pond party in fact – Frog invitations. leap frog relays, frog and spoon race – the ideas are endless – and set up a craft table with paper plates and everything you need to make these cool paper plate frog masks – that’ll keep them occupied for half an hour too and have something to wear for the party photos!
For full instructions on how to make these cool frog masks hop on over to (groans) kidscraftroom.com