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Funny DIY Hungry Frog For Playing

Fri, Jul 18, 2014 | DIY Projects | By Natasha Alt

This idea is a cool way to practice counting, sorting and developing fine motor skills of your kids! You will need just construction paper, tape or glue, scissors, plastic spiders, tongs or tweezers, tissue box and pom-poms. To create the frog, tape two construction paper eyes to the top of a tissue box. Cut out the plastic for the mouth opening. You can use plastic spider rings with the ring part cut off and tongs. Also you can find tongs or tweezers at a dollar store. To feed the frog, put the spiders in a pile or in a small bowl. Use the tongs or tweezers to transfer a spider to the frog’s mouth.

Reference: kiwicrate

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