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However, I have about 50-60 packages of non-hardening
> clay. I would rather use clay that hardens or needs firing so the
> students have proof of their work. Nothing that can be flattened! What
> am I to do with this amout of clay?? Some could be used for a free day
> but not that much! I could have a mold making project for sculpture, but
> could the younger ones (I will be teaching K-4) do that? Help!!
> Sandra in AL
That's funny, my room had a surplus of plasticine clay when I moved in also.
I think it may have been ordered for the other teachers, every year they ask
for it. I also had too much newsprint. Six years later, and I still have
plenty of plasticine and newsprint (without ordering any!). What I do to
get rid of things, is I put it in the "teacher storeroom," which is outside
my art room. Eventually, they take it all!
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