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Binney & Smith Modeling Clay Four 1/4 lb Pieces, Red/Yellow/Blue/Green (CYO570300)
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- Crayola Modeling Clay enables children to create in three dimensions
- Package includes four individually wrapped colors - red, blue, yellow and green
- As with all Crayola products, our Modeling Clay is non-toxic
- Provides hours of creative fun made in America
- No Preparation, No Mess and No Hassle
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Crayola Modeling Clay builds fun into learning forms and shaping children's imaginations adding excitement to art. Crayola Modeling Clay enables children to create in three dimensions.
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Crayola Modeling Clay builds fun into learning forms and shaping children’s imaginations adding excitement to art. Crayola Modeling Clay enables children to create in three dimensions.
Top Customer Reviews
It does not dry out or harden. I've had some leftover laying out for 5 days now, and it as well as the sculptures we made on Christmas day are still quite pliable. We made a bunch of snowmen and women with garden hats. We did need to use sections of bamboo skewers as an internal frame to support the clay.
I will say that unlike play doh, this clay sticks a little bit to various surfaces, and the color does transfer a little bit to hands and fingers, but nothing permanent. No experience yet with it getting into clothing or carpet, but I promise I will update on the results if and when that happens. I plan on getting more of this clay just for when we go out of town or on vacation so our daughter has something a little more tactile to play with than her Leap Pad 2. Thanks and feel free to ask any questions.
Pros: It's inexpensive, and it's clay! Clay is awesome pretty much no matter what : )
Cons: Used the red in my last film, and it smeared red across anything it touched, which was frustrating.
This was my solution. More dense to work with but my 2 year old can use it easily. Because it's dense, colors are easy to separate/sort back together.