How to Draw a Green Frog

In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw a Green Frog in 6 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.

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Below are the individual steps - you can click on each one for a High Resolution printable PDF version.

At the bottom you can read some interesting facts about the Green Frog.

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How to Draw a Green Frog - Step-by-Step Tutorial

Step 1: Draw a curve.

Step 2: Draw a tiny circle in the point of the curve. Draw a line under it and a circle within a circle next to the line. Draw a circle with a line in it between the cheek and nose. Draw a large leaf-like shape that connects to the top end of the head.

Step 3: Draw a long line with a bump in the middle from the top of the back of the head.

Step 4: Guided by the image, draw a line that curves down from the mouth, angles back and forth to make three toes, and then goes straight back up to the bottom of the head. Draw a three-pointed crown shape between the head and first front leg.

Step 5: Again referring to the image, draw a curve that goes from the top bump to the end of the back. Draw a curve between the front leg and the back. Draw a curve going the opposite direction that connects the first to the back, and ends in a two-pointed foot. Draw a curve that connect the front and back leg, and another on the back of the hind leg.

Step 6: Draw a wavy line that curves around the eye to the cheek and rear end. And some dots below it. Done!

Interesting Facts about Green Frogs

Green Frogs are very common frog in Northern America. They live in ditches, ponds, streams, bogs, and swamps. Green Frogs measure 2-3 inches long and are green to a yellow-green color. A male has a yellow throat, and a female has a white throat. The way to tell the difference between bullfrogs is the ridges down the sides. Green Frogs live mostly in water, but they will live in moist soil. They eat bugs, worms, and really anything that will fit into their mouths. Green Frogs move at all times of day or night, but during cold weather, they don’t move very much at all.

Did you know?

  • In mating season, a male Green Frog chooses a territory and defends it from other males. When females are ready to mate, then they choose the male with the best territory.
  • Green Frogs live about 10 years in captivity. They live for only 6 years in the wild.
  • There are 2 subspecies of Green Frog: the Bronze Frog (found in the south) and the Northern Green Frog.
  • It takes 3 to 5 days for Green Frog eggs to hatch.
  • People hunt Green Frogs in Missouri, Mississippi, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. These states have limits to how many frogs they can bring home.

Activity: Introduce your kids to new kinds of food. A great regional dish is frog legs. Look for recipes online and show your kids the range of foods found all over the United States.