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Creative with clay: 5 examples


Creative with clay: 5 examples

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Clay is not only a perfect activity for children, but also a good exercise for the development of fine motor skills. Being creative with clay is a fun indoor activity with an eternal result: you can clay anything you want and you can keep it! We would like to share a few examples of how you can be creative with clay and what you can make with it!

Small bowl of clay from one hand

How much fun is this DIY? You knead the clay until it is nice and smooth. Then you roll out the clay, you can do this with a rolling pin, empty bottle or any other oblong and round object you have at home. Wrap your child’s hand and cut it out with a knife. Let it dry in a bowl to mimic the shape and then you can start painting! Check in advance whether your clay only needs to air dry or whether you also have to bake the clay.

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Pencil stand clays in the shape of a hedgehog

With autumn approaching (too bad but unfortunately!), This hedgehog’s clay is a fun trick for pencils. Knead a ball into an egg shape and make the snout a bit more pointed. Then you take a pencil and stick it in the hedgehog’s back. Do this in several places and turn the pencil around a bit, so that there is enough space for different sizes of pencil. Let the hedgehog dry or bake it (depending on the clay) and you can paint this figure too. Guaranteed success and no more swinging pencils in the house!

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Clay your own medal

Is your child a sports fanatic? Make your own clay medal! All you need for this is a nice ribbon, clay and paint. Knead a nice circle, you can express this with, for example, a glass. Make sure that you leave or protrude an edge on the circle that you can eventually thread the ribbon through. Make a nice pattern in the circle with a knife and you’re done! After drying or baking, just paint in the color gold and you have made your own medal! Also a great idea for children’s parties!

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The alphabet clays

Not everyone finds learning equally fun or easy. That is why it is important to make learning as playful as possible. How do you do that? For example by claying the alphabet. This can be done as in the example, with the letters written in the clay, but this can also be done by clay the letters themselves. In this way you will get to know the shape of the letters, which helps to recognize letters in school or in a book. You can of course also do this with numbers or punctuation marks. You name it! How about colors? Make a hole in the clay with a needle or something similar and you can make a garland. Clay your own name or make a garland with sums … Success guaranteed!

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Clay planter

No green fingers? Then clay a planter! Make flowers or plants in crazy shapes or copy existing plants as closely as possible. These plants do not need any care, it couldn’t be easier! You could also make the bowl yourself. For example, by rolling out clay and pressing it into an existing bowl. Let it dry for a while and then bake or let it air dry further. Add soil or make your own from clay, add plants and you’re good to go!

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Looking for even more tips? On our blog you will find here how you can make your own hangers from clay. Perfect for decorating a gift box! Do you ever work with clay with your children?

Clay is not only a perfect activity for children, but also a good exercise for the development of fine motor skills. Being creative with clay is fun

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