Simple Origami Jumping Frogs For Passover

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Origami frogs, namely simple origami jumping frogs, that you and the kids can make in just a few minutes each, are the perfect craft for the Passover seder. And of course they’d work very nicely with the origami pyramids I posted about last week! Teach the kids how to make them, and then let them make a small army of little frogs to throw everywhere during the plagues portion of the seder. Sounds fun to me! And these frogs may even jump (or do somersaults as mine did!) just a bit when you press down on the fold just above their rear legs, which makes this craft just a bit more exciting.

You’ll Need:

  • green paper, the large dark green frog was made with an A4 sheet, which is a nice size, though is too heavy to jump, you’ll need rectangles, not classic origami squares
  • red or neon any color paper for tongues (optional)
  • markers, I used black and gel pens
  • this tutorial for folding your little froggy friends

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