Kid's ASL sign for frog

Definition: a small green-brown creature with smooth skin, big eyes, and long back legs which it uses for jumping. Frogs usually live near water.

Phonological development: slightly above the chin instead of under the chin. Signed by Juli, aged 6.

a drawing of the frog

A drawing by Juli at age 5;4. The image shows a well-defined green frog with long red forked tongue and detached two pink eyes with black pupils on the top of the head. There is a fly.

Dr Seuss's "Would you rather be a Bullfrog?" (1975) retold in ASL by storyteller Leala Holcomb (2016).