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The easy-to-use Crayola Model Magic Single Packs feature soft and easy-to-use Model Magic Modeling Compound, which allows children to create, explore, and imagine. Model Magic is is soft and pliable and can be used over and over again. Packaged in six half-ounce pouches for convenience, this non-toxic modeling compound air dries to a smooth, paint-ready finish without crumbling.
Features a smooth, light, easy-to-sculpt texture that air-dries without crumbling. View larger.
Ideal for sculpting and other hands-on activities, the Model Magic features a smooth, pliable texture. It's easy for small hands to manipulate, providing just the right consistency for art, craft, and school projects.
Model Magic is nontoxic and can be reused several times. When left outside of an airtight storage container, hardens and dries within 24 hours. Once hardened, the clay doesn't crumble, creating a smooth surface. For extra detail, your child can decorate Model Magic Modeling with Crayola paints and markers (sold separately).
For convenience, the Crayola Model Magic Single Packs come in six half-ounce pouches, so they stay fresh until you're ready to use them.
Crayola art supplies and creative activities help children develop imagination while practicing fine and gross motor skills. Children can express, create, and connect with color. Watch kids' confidence and independence grow as they learn through colorful play.
Six half-ounce Crayola Model Magic Single Packs (white).
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It was OK if you are looking for something that is easy to work with. It was super soft & easily shaped into whatever you want. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Beck
I bought this to make a footprint keepsake. I thought it would be perfect but when it dried it cracked big time! Read morePublished on June 10, 2013 by S. Hudson
I bought this item from a Pinterest recommendation to do handprint ornaments. Despite what I read on the pin, this is just not the right type of medium for that project. Read morePublished on May 6, 2013 by ju87