Junior Infants have been very busy learning about the life cycle of the frog. We read a book called ‘Growing Frogs’ which told us the story about a girl who found frogspawn and watched it grow into tadpoles and then turn into bigger and bigger frogs. We enjoyed this story a lot!
As part of our art lesson, we decided to make some frog puppets. First, we got a paper plate and painted the inside of the plate light green as it’s mouth. Then we painted the outside of the paper plate dark green as it’s body.
We then coloured in the legs, arms, eyes and tongue.
Once the paper plate was dry, we glued the legs to the bottom and the arms onto the sides. We folded the plate in half and glued the eyes onto the top of the plate. Lastly, we glued the tongue into the inside of the paper plate and our hard work was done. Look at our beautiful frog puppets!