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Felt Frog Friend

Make a frog friend out of felt that won’t hop away when you take it out to play!

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Participant Age: Under 7
Approximate Cost: Under $10
Duration: 1 to 60 minutes
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Physical Challenge:
  • Chalk
  • Fiberfill or cotton balls
  • Felt squares
  • Craft glue
  • 2 googly eyes
  • Red card stock or construction paper
  • Paper clips
  • Frog Friend pattern
  • 2 large pom-poms
  • Scissors
Download and Cut Out Pattern

Download the Frog Friend pattern. Cut out two Frog Body shapes.


Make Frog's Body

Glue the pieces of felt together along the edges to make your frog’s body. Leave the area between the frog’s front legs unglued.

Stuff Frog

Stuff the frog’s belly with fiberfill or cotton balls.

Make Frog's Mouth

Cut a 2 ½ x 3 ½ inch oval out of red card stock. (See pattern.) Fold the oval in half and apply glue along the outside edge. Place oval between the frog’s two front legs to make the frog’s mouth. Hold the mouth in place with paper clips until the glue dries.

Make Frog's Eyes

Glue two pom-poms on the top of the frog’s head to make eyes. Glue a googly eye on the front of each pom-pom.


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