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Origami the Japanese art of paper folding is a great way to pass the time. And what could be more fun than making an origami frog that can jump? This project is perfect for origami beginners. In just a few steps you can make your own origami jumping frog.

Here’s what you’ll need:

1 sheet of square origami paper

Scissors

Tape

Instructions:

1. Start with a square sheet of origami paper. If you don’t have square paper you can simply fold a rectangular sheet in half to make a square.

2. Fold the paper in half to make a rectangle.

3. Fold the paper in half again to make a smaller rectangle.

4. Fold the paper in half one more time to make an even smaller rectangle.

5. Unfold the paper. You should now have a square with four creases.

6. Fold the paper in half diagonally to make a triangle.

7. Cut along the crease you just made to make two triangles.

8. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

9. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

10. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

11. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

12. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

13. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

14. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

15. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

16. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

17. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

18. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

19. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

20. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

21. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

22. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

23. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

24. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

25. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

26. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

27. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

28. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

29. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

30. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

31. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

32. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

33. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

34. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

35. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

36. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

37. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

38. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

39. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

40. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

41. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

42. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

43. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

44. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

45. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

46. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

47. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

48. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

49. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

50. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

51. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

52. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

53. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

54. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

55. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

56. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

57. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

58. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

59. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

60. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

61. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

62. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

63. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

64. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

65. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

66. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

67. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

68. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

69. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

70. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

71. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

72. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

73. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

74. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

75. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

76. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

77. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

78. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

79. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

80. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

81. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

82. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

83. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

84. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

85. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

86. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

87. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

88. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

89. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

90. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

91. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

92. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

93. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

94. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

95. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

96. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

97. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

98. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

99. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

100. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

101. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

102. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

103. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

104. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

105. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

106. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

107. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

108. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

109. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

110. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

111. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

112. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

113. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

114. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

115. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

116. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

117. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

118. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

119. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle.

120. Unfold the triangle. You should now have a triangle with three creases.

121. Fold the triangle in half diagonally to make a smaller triangle.

122. Cut along the crease you just made. You should now have two smaller triangles.

123. Take one of the triangles and fold it in half to make a smaller triangle.

124. Fold the triangle in half again to make an even smaller triangle

## What is needed to make a jumping frog?

All you need is a frog some string and a straw.

## How do you make the frog jump?

The frog jumps when you blow into the straw which is connected to the string that is tied around the frog’s waist.

## What is the best type of frog to use?

Any type of frog will work but a leopard frog works best because they are more active.

## How do you keep the frog from getting away?

Once the frog is tied to the string you can hold on to the other end of the string.

## What do you do with the frog when you’re done?

Once you’re done you can release the frog back into the wild.

## What is the frog’s natural habitat?

freshwater wetlands such as ponds marshes and swamps.

## How do you attract the frog?

You can use a small piece of food such as a fly or a worm to attract the frog.

## What is the best time of day to catch a frog?

The best time of day to catch a frog is at night when they are most active.

## How do you know if a frog is male or female?

Male frogs are usually smaller than females and have a darker coloring.

They also have a triangular-shaped head.

## How long do frogs live?

Frogs can live up to 10 years in the wild but most only live for 2-3 years.

## What do frogs eat?

Frogs eat insects such as flies mosquitoes and beetles.

## What are some of the predators of frogs?

Some of the predators of frogs include snakes birds and mammals.

## Why do frogs need wetlands?

Wetlands are important to frogs because they provide a place to live food and shelter from predators.

## What is the biggest threat to frogs?

The biggest threat to frogs is habitat loss.

## What can you do to help frogs?

You can help frogs by creating a habitat for them in your backyard or by volunteering with a local organization that works to protect wetlands.