Plasticine- material for modeling. It is made from purified and crushed clay powder with the addition of wax, ceresin, fat and other substances that prevent drying. It is painted in various colors. Serves to perform sketches of sculptural works, small models, works of small forms. It was developed in 1897 by a teacher at an art school in England. William Harbutt created such a material that would not dry out when creating sculptures by his students. The patent was obtained in 1899, and in 1900 the industrial production of clay began at the Bathampton plant. The original clay was gray, but later the product began to be produced in four colors. Plasticine was popular among children, is widely used for teaching art in schools. Unlike clay and wax, plasticine remains soft and practically does not harden or dry. Unlike ceramics, plasticine has a wide range of colors. In addition, unlike clay, clay does not stick to hands. Plasticine acquires a different degree of softness depending on the temperature, which allows you to continue working with it through any period of time. Plasticine is used by children as a material for crafts. Plasticine games promote finger coordination. Making plasticine at home To make plasticine you need: 400 gr. flour, 200 gr. salt, 500 ml of boiling water, 1 tablespoon of "alann" and 1 tablespoon of sunflower oil. "Alann" is sold in a pharmacy. It is a powder such as gelatin, it is not harmful and is used in medicine. Flour, salt and "alann" mix in one cup, pour boiling water and quickly, so that there are no lumps, mix. Mix better with a mixer. After pouring water, you need to add a tablespoon of oil. In boiling water, you can add food paint. Paint needs to be added a lot so that there is a beautiful juicy color. As the mass becomes thick and the mixer can not continue to turn, you need to knead the mass thoroughly, like dough. Plasticine is ready! Plasticine should be kept in a closed pot or in a closed bag. Molding for children Molding develops fine motor skills, teaches children to be neat, helps to embody childhood fantasies in reality and just wonderful children's fun! Where to start, how to teach your baby to sculpt? To start, select the appropriate material. After all, you can sculpt not only from plasticine, but also from clay and dough.Clay and dough is the best material for a baby. They are softer and to sculpt a small child is much easier. If you decide to sculpt from clay, then be sure to soften it. Once the material is selected, get down to business. Be sure to introduce the baby to the properties of the material: soft, you can pinch pieces, you can sculpt. Then teach your child to roll plasticine in long stripes (or your material). You can start to roll on the table, and then learn how to roll between the palms. Be sure to say that you sculpt, let it be pencils, a fence or something else. After that, you can try to roll in a circular motion, make balls, balls. If your kid can do all this, then learn to crush the ball, and to connect long stripes in the form of a ring, a bagel. Learn to sculpt simple objects consisting of several parts (tumbler, snowman).
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