Easy Origami for Kids. Paper Frogs, Three Versions

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Easy origami for kids. A frog is made from a green square of an arbitrary size. Besides, you'll need some pieces of red, black and yellow paper.

Paper Frogs


Easy Origami for Kids. Paper Frogs, Three Versions

Version 1


1. Fold a green square bias in half so that the green side was up: put the workpiece on the table its white side up. Then take the lower angle with the two hands, raise it, put to the upper one and smooth the fold.

2. Bend acute angles from this fold towards each other forward, retreating from the top angle with the bias line so that its ends cross each other.

3. Unbend the acute angles from the place of the side connection to the opposte directions. As a result you'll have the frog's legs.

4. From black paper cut out 2 circles for the eyes and 2 smaller yellow circles for the pupils. Glue them on the sides.

5. From red paper cut out a square, fold it in halh bias and glue slit-jaws inside.

Easy Origami for Kids. Paper Frogs, Three Versions

Version 2


1. Take the square workpieces and divide them in half bias so as to have the triangles inserted into each other.

2. Bend the ends of the upper layer to the middle from both sides and unbend each part in half back. Turn the workpiece so as to make the bend hind legs. Unbend the front legs from the second layer which is up after the turning of the workpiece.

3. Glue the large eyes on the sides of the upper angle.

Easy Origami for Kids. Paper Frogs, Three Versions

Version 3


1. Divide the square workpiece in halh bias from both sides, insert the sides of the triangle into the middle.

2. Take the workpiece with its acute ends up and insert them on the bias fold inside.

3. Turn the workpiece on the back side and lay down the opposite ends towards each other.

4. Unbend these parts outside and turn the workpiece conversely. You've made the frog's hind legs and body.

5. Glue large eyes on the sides.

Easy Origami for Kids. Paper Frogs, Three Versions

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