Kids’ Frog Art and Frog LEGO builds

Let’s face it – kids love frogs!

My 1st grader took a trip to the local botanical gardens with his class to look for tadpoles and LOVED the entire science lesson. Did you know froglets are part of the life cycle?

LEGO Classic Frog Pattern

Cute frog, one of the many creative ideas that come with the Classic Large Creative Box 10698

Download Frog LEGO Building Instructions

You can download the frog pattern shown above or learn more about it on

We built the suggested frog and then started experimenting. Frogs have long tongues and eat flies, right? Modify! Different pieces for the back jumping legs? Yep! Multi-color? Check.

LEGO frog catching a fly with long red tongue – built from the Classic Large Creative Box 10698


Explore these LEGO frog design videos. There are so many to choose from!

Purchase a Frog LEGO Set

LEGO introduced the 31121 Creator 3-in-1 Crocodile set in 2021 that includes a movable frog as an alternative build.

Paper Plate Kids Frog Art Idea

A school project, I really love the bright green of this frog paper plate craft.

Yep, display-worthy!

Kids Frog Art – paper plate and googly eyes

Cut-Paper Frog Collage

This multi-day kid’s art project is inspired by Eric Carle’s illustration style, especially the animals in his book, “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?”

Learn more about how we prepped and created this craft with our Painted Paper: Collage Process Art Ideas for Kids.

Cut paper frog art idea for kids. This multi-day kid's art project is inspired by Eric Carle's illustration style, especially the animals in his book, "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?"

VIDEOS: How to make Frog Art for Kids

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What cute frog ideas do you have—brick-inspired or otherwise?

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