There are few things cuter than watching your toddler hop around the house with a paper bag frog puppet on their hand saying "ribbit" as they go past you. This paper bag frog puppet was so much fun to put together with our kids and they had just as much fun playing with it after it was dry. This is a great frog craft to make to go along with a lesson on pond animals as well.

What you'll need:

  • Green paper lunch bag - we found ours at our local craft store with the gift wrapping supplies
  • Giant googly eyes
  • Red and green construction paper
  • Glue stick
  • Scissors
How to make your frog puppet craft:
  1. Your paper bag frog puppet is going to use the bottom of the bag as a face. Lay the bag down on the table so that the bottom flap of the folded bag faces up. Cut two strips of red construction paper that will fit under the bottom flap to make the frog's mouth. See picture. Glue them in place.
  2. Cut a strip of red construction paper. Twist it around a marker or pencil to curl it and glue one end of it into the frog's mouth to be his tongue.
  3. Glue two googly eyes onto the bottom of the bag.
  4. Cut out two arms and two legs for your frog puppet and glue them in place.
  5. Have your child put their hand in the bag so that they can open and shut the frog's mouth.
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