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Sculpture Camp Air Dry Clay and Model Magic Projects

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Air Dry Clay and Model Magic Sculpture Projects

*Crayola Air Dry Clay & Model Magic were graciously supplied by Oriental Trading Company in exchange for my personal opinion and review.  My review of these products are fully my own opinion.  I never endorse anything I would not personally use in my classroom!

Summer is SO MUCH FUN! It’s a time for vacations, relaxing, creating and CAMPS! This summer I taught a 4-Day Sculpture Camp at my school that was a blast! The awesome thing was that my daughter Kayleigh joined with me in teaching the camp! She is in college right now as a Deaf Education major. So having some teaching experience for her is great! For inspiration we looked to Cassie Stephens new book Clay Lab for Kids! I can not express how much I love this book and her adorable ideas!!

 

Texture Fish Air Dry Clay ProjectTexture Clay Fish

Supplies: Crayola Air Dry Clay, Various Textures to imprint on the clay (doilies, texture rollers, or create your own texture plates, etc), Crayola tempera paint, paint brushes, toothbrushes (for score & slip)

 

 

Crayola Air Dry Clay

Preparation:

Place 3 balls of clay in 3 different sizes in a zip-lock back to give to each student. Set up tables with either canvas boards or newsprint, small rolling pin (optional), a water cup, toothbrush and needle tool.

Tip: Spray the texture plates & rollers with Pam Pan spray to help the clay to not stick!

Texture Fish Air Dry Clay Project Texture Fish Air Dry Clay Project

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We followed the instructions in the Clay Lab book with the exception of using air dry clay instead of salt dough. Here are some pictures from the project. After the fish were dry, we used tempera paint and the dry brush technique to color the fish sculptures. The dry brush really accented the texture!

 

Gnome Home Model MagicGnome Home

Supplies: Crayola Model Magic (white), Various Textures to imprint on the clay (Learning Leaves Rubbing Plates, Architectural texture plates, etc), Crayola tempera paint, paint brushes

 

 

 

 

 

Preparation:

Divide model magic into 3 equal pieces (1 per student). Cut the divided piece into 3 smaller pieces. Place 3 balls of model magic in a zip-lock back to give to each student. Set up tables with  newsprint, small rolling pin (optional), and needle tool

Make sure to check out the great assortment of art supplies at Oriental Trading Company!

This post was written by Michelle C. East. All images and text are copyright©. If you choose to use any of this content please link back to Create Art with ME!

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