Air Dry Clay Projects
Using clay in the classroom can be a little intimidating, especially if you don’t have access to a kiln. In this workshop, you’ll learn about air dry clay projects that are super kid friendly, and easy to use in the classroom. Air dry clay is a modeling product that can dry over time in the air and does not require a kiln.
For this example, we’re using Crayola’s Model Magic. This is a clean clay product, making mess a thing of the past. And it’s fairly inexpensive, so you’re able to do a lot of air dry clay projects with just one bucket. In this video preview, Arts Integration Specialist Alison Greenhouse shares projects like bead making, sculptures, and tips for embellishments using just a little clay and markers.
This workshop is part of our Working with Clay Pack in the Accelerator Professional Membership.