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Jumping Frogs

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Jumping Frogs will help your child practice their ability to follow directions while strengthening their fine motor skills and imaginations.



Jumping Frogs


Time: 5 minutes
Age: 5-10's
Level: Easy



Materials
One sheet of rectangle paper
Pens to decorate

Method
Fold the paper in half lengthwise, crease the fold. Then reopen the paper


Jumping Frogs


Jumping Frogs


Fold both top corners to the opposite edge of the paper, crease, and unfold.


Tuck the sides of your creases in with your fingers, and bring down the top of the paper into a triangle shape. Press down.


Fold the uppermost triangles up to the top point.


Fold the sides in to the centre line.


Fold the bottom of the paper upwards, so that the end sits in the centre of the top diamond.


Fold the same part downwards, in half. Press down.


Turn your frog over and decorate as you please.


Open your frogs front legs and the folds underneath a little, the tap lightly on frogs back to make it jump.


Categories
#Animals
#Paper
#Paper craft
#Frog
#5 to 10s
#Cheap
#Toy
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