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Pom-Pom Frog

Make a frog out of pom-poms and pipe cleaners.

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Participant Age: 7 to 12, Under 7
Approximate Cost: Under $10
Duration: 1 to 60 minutes
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Physical Challenge:
  • Craft glue
  • 2 googly eyes
  • 3 pipe cleaners
  • 4 medium pom-poms
  • 3 large pom-poms
  • Scissors
Make the Frog's Body

Twist two pipe cleaners together to make two small loops and one large loop. Cut off any extra pipe cleaner you don't need. Fit two medium pom-poms into the two small loops. Fit two large pom-poms next to each other in the large loop.


Make the Frog's Face
  • Twist a pipe cleaner to make three loops. One loop should be slightly bigger than the other two. Fit two medium pom-poms in the two smaller loops. Fit a large pom-pom in the larger loop.
  • Glue two wiggly eyes to the medium pom-poms.

Assemble Frog
  • When you are sure the pom-poms fit snuggly in their frames, secure them with a little craft glue.
  • Lay the frog's body flat on the table, medium pom-poms toward you. Balance the head in the middle of the base. Glue the two parts together.

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