Crayola¿¿ Air-Dry Clay - 25 lbs.
Perfect for art classes with kids!
Absolutely a great product! Super fast shipping! If you work with art students and offer a clay unit, this is the one!
October 10, 2011
excellent to work with
We had 200 kiddos make snake coils with this clay during VBS. It was excellent to work with; it didn't crummble, or leave too much resdue on the table. We were able to smooth over the cracks with some water and finger tips-even after completely dry. It was dry in 24 hours and then we used acrylic paint on it.
July 5, 2010
Great Clay for Group Project
This is great for the classroom or VBS or other kids groups.
With the clay portioned out ahead of time, the kids at our VBS were able to complete a pinch pot or bowl in 20 min. with very limited adult assistance. Here (humidity 40% or less) small projects dry hard in 2 days. If it's more humid they will dry more slowly.
August 3, 2014
Great Deal for the Money
I got this clay for our brownie troop. It was easy to work with and a great price. I got two packages (50 pounds). We have 11 girls and were able to make jewelry, a pot and gave each girl 2 pounds as a holiday gift.
January 2, 2014
Our PTO buys clay every year for our art teacher and typically spends over $300. We got 2 years worth for under $100!! It's more clay than we normally get too, the only difference is that it's not individually wrapped. But for the price it's worth a few bags of Ziplocs!
December 16, 2012
Awesome clay! You get a ton for the price!!! We are making tea light candle holders with it. I used ceramic tiles in the wet clay to add decoration and also painted it while wet ( we were on a major time crunch)...it actually turned out pretty good. Easy to clean up after too. Highly recommend!
October 4, 2011
Easy to create
But after 24 hours, it starts crack a little. But Overall it's good!
February 8, 2010
Elementary on up to High School all enjoyed it. The web site helped give real ideas. We kept the clay in an air tight container with a moist towel over the plastic bag and the first piece was as nice as the last used a week later. Comes in 25 lbs. boxes, but the great thing is it is divided into 4 different bags. 18 students used as much clay as they wanted and there was still some left from just one 6 lb. bag.
September 9, 2009