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Polymer Clay: Let’s Make a Tiny Kitchen in a Tin!

We will transform an Altoid tin into a mini pocket sized kitchen that can travel with you whenever you go. A class for 9-14 year olds.
Katie Chad
431 total reviews for this teacher
14 reviews for this class
Completed by 43 learners
  There are no upcoming classes.
60 minutes
per class
Meets once
year olds
learners per class
per learner

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Class Experience

This project will test your child’s fine motor skills.
Artists may want to add details once the clay is baked (if using Polymer clay) or dry (if using air dry clay).  I use acrylic paint.
 1 file available upon enrollment
A clean empty Altoid tin. These can be purchased on Amazon too - Hulless 6 Pcs Metal Hinged Tin Box Container Mini Portable Small Storage Container Kit Tin Box Container, Small Tin with Lid, Craft Container, Tin Empty Box, Home Storage 3.7x2.3x0.8 inch. Small piece of material 3x3.5” approximately Mod Podge glue Paintbrush Scissors A selection of bottle tops between 1 and 1.5” diameter ( these can be from anything from water bottles to juice etc) Polymer clay ( I will use Fimo or Sculpey) is better suited to the very small items we will make but it will require baking after class. Air drying clay can also be used - some colored air drying clay has a similar consistency and can also be used ( there are many options available on Amazon- just be sure it says “air dry”) Modeling tools (tooth pick and plastic knives, forks, pencils etc work just as well). Please print the attached PDF onto card or paper. (If printed on paper a small piece of card maybe used to reinforce the cooktop -same size as the tin).
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Polymer clay requires baking.  Parental help will be required.

This project may need strong glue to attach handles after baking- parental help will be required.

We make very small pieces in this project and it is not suitable for very young children.


Katie ChadBritish Trained Elementary Teacher -Art, English, Math
431 total reviews
265 completed classes

About Me

Hello!  My name is Katie Chad and I live in Texas.  I received my Bachelor in Education with an Art and Design specialism and Qualified Teacher Status from Plymouth University in England.  I have taught elementary education in Europe, The Middle... 
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