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Re: [teacherartexchange] Another question


From: debbie nicholas (dkaynik_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Aug 21 2005 - 18:51:42 PDT

Check with a local taxidermist, they use a
self-hardening clay. I have used it in a workshop but
I don't remember what it was called. I do remember
that it was great and didn't really take too much time
to dry.


--- wrote:

> I am now writing a letter to the school director
> regarding some of my
> concerns. One is the lack of supplies. Many of my
> students want to work with clay.
> Which type would you recommend I put on my list. It
> needs to be affordable
> and good for kids in grades 3-8. We don't have a
> kiln, so either it should be
> self-hardening or something I could bake at home in
> my oven. I just don't
> want some clay that will crack and crumble once it
> dries. Any suggestions?
> Thanks.
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