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Print this big mouth frog printable coloring page for a cheap and easy activity for kids! Fold, color, and unfold for a fun surprise!
Kids of all ages will love creating this big mouth frog! It’s a simple activity that will keep your kids entertained. It’s simple enough for preschoolers to create and fun enough for older kids to enjoy, as well.
Big Mouth Frog Printable
This frog craft is perfect for your spring activities, summer fun, frog unit study, or Letter of the Week: Ff lessons.
What You’ll Need
• printed frog PDF (you can download this below)
• crayons (or whatever you’d like to color with)
What You’ll Do
First, print the frog PDF (below) and color as desired.
If using the blank mouth, add your own words. You could also draw some flies and give your frog something to eat!
Next, fold the paper back on the top lip line. Then, bring that fold down to meet the bottom lip line.
The frog is ready to eat & croak!
If you’d like, you can print out the frogs with pre-written messages. These make great cards for friends and families for Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, and birthdays.
Download your Big Mouth Frog template below.
Fun Frog Books
As your kids work on their big mouth frog, read them a frog story or two. Here are a few of our favorites. You should be able to find them at your local library. If not, you can find them on Amazon by clicking on my affiliate links below.
• Frog and Toad Are Friends | From writing letters to going swimming, telling stories to finding lost buttons, Frog and Toad are always there for each other—just as best friends should be.
• Wide Mouthed Frog | From the Okefenokee Swamp comes a frog with a wide mouth that he just loves to use. He’s particularly interested in the eating habits of other creatures found in the great outdoors–that is, of course, until he comes upon a big green one with lots of teeth who finds wide-mouthed frogs simply delicious.
• I Don’t Want to Be a Frog | Frog wants to be anything but a slimy, wet frog. A cat, perhaps. Or a rabbit. An owl? But when a hungry wolf arrives—a wolf who HATES eating frogs—our hero decides that being himself isn’t so bad after all. In this very silly story with a sly message, told in hilarious dialogue between a feisty young frog and his heard-it-all-before father, young readers will identify with little Frog’s desire to be something different, while laughing along at his stubborn yet endearing schemes to prove himself right.
• Freddy the Frogcaster and the Terrible Tornado | Young readers will learn all about how big storms occur and produce some of nature’s most destructive weather. Chock-full of storm science lessons in the back, children and adults alike will learn valuable life-saving information.