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Patplume MODELLING CLAY MAXI PACK

Age of use: + 2 years for use under adult supervision

GIOTTO  41 187171
GIOTTO
Patplume MODELLING CLAY MAXI PACK

GIOTTO  41 187171

Age of use: + 2 years for use under adult supervision

We recommend this for beginners in clay modelling. See the description
  • Made in Europe
  • Made from vegetable matter
pack of 13
£32.50
£29.70 Ex VAT
Incl. Tax £35.64
Incl. Tax £35.64

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  • Details
Details
Very soft and malleable, it does not dry in the air and is odourless. It does not need to be kept in a sealed container and is therefore suitable for use by very small children, who might forget to put it away or properly close the pot. Non greasy, it does not stain hands or clothes. So as to increase the shades, the colours can be mixed together.
We recommend this for beginners in clay modelling.
Composition : 13 x 350 g blocks.
Products
    • Made in Europe
  • Modelling clay is always popular with children, allowing them to develop a range of skills. Modelling allows children to develop their sense of touch and fine motor skills using accessories such as cutters and rollers... and to stimulate their imagination by creating characters and settings...as well as opening their minds by creating 3D shapes, such as balls It is also a very relaxing activity. It is also a highly relaxing activity.
  • Made from vegetable matter
Technical data
  • Color : Colour various
  • Other features Product : ASSORTMENT of 13 colours.
Specialist advice
  • The professional's view: Alexandre, specialist teacher
    I use modelling clay with my students to work on their imagination, stimulate their fine motor skills, and observe their ability to use precise movements. (How they use their hands and fingers to pick up, pinch, roll and squash it etc.) It's a tool which is always successful and can be used by everyone. The students love kneading it, modelling with it, creating objects and playing with the colours. Usually I start by letting the students take the clay, feeling the texture, and creating shapes without any specific instructions, and later it is possible to guide them to make a ball shape, mix colours, cut it etc. It is soft, malleable and non-toxic; the students love it and for them it's a way of releasing stress by kneading it.