I was so honored this week to have created five projects sharing ways Sculpey clay can be used in the classroom to enhance learning and support teaching. If you haven’t been following along over on the Sculpey blog, you can check them all out here and if you find one intriguing…hop over there to find out more. Kids can learn so much from using clay in lessons and experiences. Keep reading and you will find out how!
On Monday I shared this great way to use Bake Shop in creating Mold Matchings.
This project has a FREE printable request to send home to parents so you can turn this into a home-school connection activity. You can get it HERE.
On Tuesday I shared a classroom management activity that gives your students a sense of ownership that support them in participating in the plan.
On Wednesday I shared Clay Letters along with ways to use them in the classroom and for learning.
Yesterday I shared a couple of ways to create puppets along with ways you can use them with kiddos.
Today on the Sculpey blog I am sharing DIY classroom manipulatives and several lesson ideas.
This project has a FREE printable of charts that you can use in a variety of ways and you can grab them HERE.
I really LOVE this one too. You can create awesome little masterpieces to use as story starters with Bake Shop clay.
I can’t wait to find out what you think about all this and which project you would like to create!
PS: Here is another one of my favorite ways to use clay in the classroom! STORY STARTERS!