A little book that’s full of big fun for children as they learn about clay and other squishy stuff!
Children love getting their hands dirty. Putting their fingers into clay and other squishy stuff gives them a chance to create and have fun while strengthening important developmental skills. From wet clay to paper pulp, sawdust to shaving cream, these open-ended activities that focus on the process of creation, not the final product, allow imagination to flourish.
30 Fun Ways to Learn About Clay and Squishy Stuff takes children on tactile adventures that build social and communication skills by way of creativity, imagination, and fun!.
Each activity includes:
- Materials list
- Ideas for expanding the activity
- Learning goals
Whether molding clay or making soap snow, children will love these hands-on projects, and teachers will love the joy and laughter that comes with learning through creativity!