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Crayola® Modeling Clay, Assorted Colors
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Crayola® Modeling Clay, Assorted Colors

Item # 947242
Non-drying, non-hardening modeling material with a soft consistency
  • Helps children develop a sense of form and detail.
  • Comes in four 1/4 lb. sticks, each individually wrapped.
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Non-drying, non-hardening modeling material with a soft consistency
  • Helps children develop a sense of form and detail. 
  • Comes in four 1/4 lb. sticks, each individually wrapped. 
  • Conforms to ASTM D-4236. 
  • Certified AP nontoxic by the Art and Craft Materials Institute. 

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Item # 947242 
Manufacturer # 57-0300  
color Blue; Green; Red; Yellow
compound weight 1 lb
washable no
Ecolabel Certified AP Nontoxic
brand name Crayola
manufacturer Crayola
gift yes

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Crayola� Modeling Clay, Assorted Colors 3.3 5 3 3
works well, would like color choice Performance is very good. I use large amounts with school groups and wish I could still get the natural color to better spark imaginations and not to end up with an ugly hodgepodge of marbled colors after one use. even single color pack would be better. January 31, 2014
Always a great product from Crayola! We use this product commercially in our manufacturing operations and it is the best! Can be used over and over for casting parts of many types and shapes such as bricks, roof tops, fence posts, logs,and many other items. We then make a silicon mold of it and use light weight Hydrocal or plaster of paris to get the end result. Highly recommend for work or play. This is also great for children to learn shapes and express themselves in art. Thanks Office Depot! December 10, 2013
Horrible This product was used for a project at school.I got a C- because it wouldn't stand up! June 16, 2013
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