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Under 7
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Tree Frog Finger Puppet
Use an old glove to make a colorful tree frog finger puppet.
  • Yellow construction paper
  • Glue
  • Old sock or mitten
  • 2 googly eyes
  • Craft glue
  • Colorful craft feathers
  • Scissors
Step 1
Cut and Paint Glove

Cut one finger off of the glove. (Put a little glue around the cut edge to avoid raveling.) “Paint” the finger with a green marker.

Step 2
Add Eyes

Glue on pom-poms for eyes. Use a black marker to make pupils on the eyes.

Step 3
Add Legs and Feet
  • Cut the green pipe cleaner in half. Glue each piece on the back of the finger puppet to make the frog’s legs.
  • Cut the yellow pipe cleaner into 4 pieces that are each 1” long. Twist the pieces into “W” shapes to make the frog’s feet.
  • Twist the ends of the green pipe cleaners around each foot.
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