#ClayAtHome – Salt Dough Recipe
This week we’re sharing an recipe for a clay alternative – Salt Dough!
In this video, BCB Education Manager Natalie Armitage demonstrates how to make salt dough and gives other helpful alternatives to clay. Not everyone has bags of clay lying around our homes!
There’s also a worksheet you can download with the recipe and instructions.
The first ‘how-to’ demonstration video will be launched Wednesday 15th April. Use the hashtag #ClayAtHome to share your creations with us and the rest of the community taking part in the programme.
More information can be found on the #ClayAtHome website page and across our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram channels.
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