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Origami Jumping Frog

Simple, easy to follow slideshow that fully explains how to make an origami jumping frog. Just be sure you have a square piece of paper to start A "Let's do it" feature from KidsRgreen, an environmental website for kids. courtesy
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Simple, easy-to-follow slideshow that fully explains how to make an origami jumping frog. Just be sure you have a square piece of paper to start! A "Let's do it" feature from KidsRgreen, an environmental website for kids.

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