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Hippity hop! Airbrush a speckled frog with your Color Wonder™ Sprayer, and then bend its legs so it bounces. Jump into no-mess art!
Draw a frog body on Crayola Color Wonder Paper using a Color Wonder Marker. Extend its front legs on either side of the main body so that the "elbows" are extra long. Add details such as bulging eyes and a wide mouth.
On another piece of Color Wonder Paper, draw your frog’s back legs, making the "knees" extra long.
Follow the package directions for using your no-mess Color Wonder Sprayer. Spray your frog drawings in real or imaginary colors. Air-dry the paint.
Cut out your frog and its legs. Fold the elbow and knee areas accordion-style so your frog looks like it’s jumping. Glue the back legs to the body.
Shout "Bing-ga, bing-ga, bing!" or whatever sound your leaping frog makes as it jumps toward a lily pad.
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