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Modeling Clay with 3 Basic Shapes: Model More than 40 Animals with Teardrops, Balls, and Worms Spiral-Bound | September 1, 2016

Bernadette Cuxart

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Children will love this step-by-step guide to creating more than 40 animals. Cute photos, numbered steps, helpful illustrations, and clear directions, help kids create everything from pandas, kittens, puppies, snakes, koala bears, raccoons, snails, turtles, fish, and more.

Teachers, parents, and kids will adore this funny and instructive book for sculpting clay! Modeling Clay with 3 Basic Shapes is a step-by-step guide that shows children how to create more than 40 adorable clay animals (and helps teachers and parents guide them!)

Modeling Clay with 3 Basic Shapes starts with three basic shapes (ball, worm, and teardrop), and builds on these to help children learn how to create personality-filled clay critters. The book also contains:

  • Helpful photos and illustrations
  • Numbered steps and crystal-clear directions
  • Funny text to keep kids (and adults!) entertained
  • Endless fun projects, including pandas, owls, rhinos, kittens, puppies, snakes, koala bears, raccoons, snails, turtles, fish, and more
  • A technique guide to help teachers and parents lead the projects

This beginner's modeling book is perfect for a rainy day or art class project, and will help foster and encourage creativity in your children or students!

Publisher: Sourcebooks
Original Binding: Trade Paperback
Pages: 96 pages
ISBN-10: 1438009089
Item Weight: 1.0 lbs
Dimensions: 8.9 x 0.2 x 10.5 inches
Customer Reviews: 3 out of 5 stars Up to 30 ratings
"Children will delight in constructing this menagerie of clay animals. The book opens with a short section of techniques that describe in detail how to create the three shapes (teardrop, ball, and worm) and textures needed to accomplish these projects. Each skill is simply explained with one or two sentences and some sketched artwork. Projects are presented with illustrations depicting basic directions and photographs of completed project. The cuteness factor here is high, with rounded hedgehogs, kittens, turtles, and more. The projects do not appear to increase in difficulty or to be sorted in a particular way, but they all are accessible to the intended audience. VERDICT: Collections serving young crafters or in need of additional titles on simple clay projects will find this selection useful."
School Library Journal, October 2016