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AdvantagesEasy to work, dries without needing to be baked or fired, white so easy to paint.

DisadvantagesRelatively expensive, stupid packaging

...opened with a pair of scissors. Once opened the package can be resealed using a sticky tab, well that's the theory anyway. In reality the sticky tab is not really up to the job and comes unstuck within seconds. This poor design means that unless you use the clay in one go, you will need to find another way of keeping the air away from it. It's probably a bit excessive, but I've wrapped my block in...

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AdvantagesDoes what it says it does

DisadvantagesHard to purchase small ammounts. Could look and smell tasty to a young child

...My friend Becky works at a local toddler group/playschool, and as she knows I enjoy making things with my son and niece, and we give most crafty sort of things a try, she was telling me about the modelling clay they had at playgroup. Its called Kiddy Clay and unlike plastercine it will never dry out or shrink, and it easily washes off after use, and does not stain the moulders hands. Becky...

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Advantagesfun for kids. Lotsd of colours and effects available. Cheap.

DisadvantagesNot good for children under 3 years of age.

...who seriously want to get into clay modelling. For things like making pencil-end erasers and decorations like small fruit, it is fine, but for large scale models such as Dragons, heads or buildings then I would suggest that ?Sculpey? clay would be better applied. It is good for kids, they can have hours of fun making jewellery and little toy like ornaments and the scope is endless...

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