Monday, July 24, 2017

Homeschool Crew Review~ Rigid Wrap and CelluClay Quik-Sculpting Kit from Activa Products

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Art is a subject my kids love doing. We are always looking for new projects to give a try. We were excited when we were chosen to try out Rigid Wrap and CelluClay Quik-Sculpting Kit and the Activa Products' Favorite Sculpture KIDS CRAFTS from Activa Products.


ACTÍVA Products
Activa Products is a company that offered aspiring artists a HUGE selection of products to use, as well as some fantastic ideas. Budding artist will be able to experiment with clay, paper mache, sculpting materials, and a whole lot more. The nice thing about Activa Products s that they are all gluten free, non--toxic, and non-carcinogenic.
Rigid Wrap and CelluClay Quik-Sculpting Kit
For this review, we received Rigid Wrap and CelluClay Quik-Sculpting Kit and the free eBook Activa Products' Favorite Sculpture KIDS CRAFTS. The Project Kit came with 2 rolls of 4" wide Rigid Wrap, 8 ounces of CelluClay, and complete instructions for 12 projects. 
The eBook was a free download. The book is filled with lots of fun projects for kids to work on. It offers a variety of projects at different skill levels, so their is something for everyone. The suggested projects are some of the favorite projects offered from Activa Products. 
The kids and I had fun looking over the variety of projects. There were science projects that would be be great for a science fair project, history themed projects to go along with your history studies, fun projects to complete for the holidays, and even a few projects you could make to give away as gifts. We narrowed done our selection. 
Therese wanted to give bead making a try. 
She used a straw and some of the Rigid wrap to make the actual beads. 
After they were done drying, she started painting them. 
I made a cute little spider for my 1st grade religious education class. I thought it would be a fun way to bring to life my spider tale about not telling lies and getting all tangled up in the web of lies. 

I didn't have all the supplies suggested on the list, so I improvised with what I had. I used a Styrofoam ball, wire pipe cleaners, and fuzzy pom pom balls. I then covered the balls with the Rigid Wrap. Once I was done wrapping, I set it out to dry.


After my project was done drying, I set out on picking colors for my little spider. I didn't want orange and black because I didn't want him to be a Halloween spider.
Michael plans on creating a volcano. He's been at day camp the past few weeks, so he hasn't gotten a chance to create it yet. I think he may hold off until we start back to school and create it for our science class.
I plan on having the kids make a Totem pole using the materials. This projects will go great with our study of Native American Tribes. I had already planned on having them create one, so having instructions and the materials already on hand are a blessing. I don;t have to think about how to create one and find all the stuff I need. It's all laid out for us in the eBook.
After searching around the Activia website, I found another free project I wanted to give a try.
 Sacred Heart Clay Magnets
Photo Source~ Activa Products
I can't wait to do these with my kids. June is devoted to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.This would be a wonderful craft to complete during that month.
So if you are looking for some wonderful projects to work on with the kids, I would highly recommend the Rigid Wrap and CelluClay Quik-Sculpting Kit! 
It fun, easy, and everything you need is included in the kit or listed in the instructions. 
Younger kids may need some assistance, but older kids will be able to complete many projects all by themselves. I'm sure once kids get the hang of working with the materials, they'll be able to come up with their own amazing ideas!
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Till Next Time,
Monique

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