In EVS session, we learned about amphibians and their characteristic features. We discussed what the unique features of amphibians are. We learned to model a Puppet frog to engage children with the lessons by storytelling and to explain the characteristic features of amphibians.
Amphibians are small organisms which come under vertebrates (animal with a spinal cord surrounded by cartilage or bone) that need water, or a moist environment, to survive. The species in this group include frogs, toads, salamanders, and newts. All can breathe and absorb water through their fragile and moist skin. Amphibians also have specialized skin glands that produce useful proteins.
We shall now see the equipment’s and steps required to make Puppet Frog.
- Color Paper
Take two color papers and draw a circle using compass. Cut the remaining part
Make a hole in one circular sheet and cut it into half.
Make 4 legs, eyes and tongue with the remaining paper.
Apply glue to the edge of the circle and stick the semi-circle as shown below.
Stick the 4 legs and eyes as shown below using glue.
Now stick the tongue of the frog using glue as shown
Allow the glue to dry and the puppet is ready.