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Crayola 23-2403 Model Magic, Deluxe Craft Pack, Clay Alternative, Gift for Kids, 14 Single Pack 7 oz

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  • Bulk model Magic set: includes 10 Project cards, 14 0.5 oz Bags, 7oz model Magic in white, blue, yellow, green, red, black, orange, purple, & brown.
  • Simple arts & crafts: get kids inspired to create every day with easy-to-use Modeling material.
  • Save or reuse: you can save your creations by letting them air dry, Or reuse model Magic anytime when you store it in an airtight container. Single packs make it easy to save unused Modeling material.
  • Modeling clay alternative: this simple Modeling material dries Lightweight and is best for beginner sculptors.
  • Slime ingredient: model Magic is a popular ingredient for DIY slime.
  • Safe and nontoxic: gift for kids, ages 5 & up.

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Size Name:7 oz

Crayola model Magic is a unique, lightweight modeling material perfect for any age. The deluxe variety pack comes in 9 different colors for you to blend, shape, paint and decorate. Model Magic air-dries, usually within 24 hours. 14 each of.5 oz. Packs. 2 each of white, red, blue, green and yellow and 1 each of black, brown, purple and orange. Ap certified.



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Amazon.com: 4.2 out of 5 stars 302 reviews
Shopaholic
3.0 out of 5 stars model magic is great but this package is not as big as it seems.
30 December 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
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3.0 out of 5 stars model magic is great but this package is not as big as it seems.
Reviewed in the United States on 30 December 2017
I like model magic. It is not messy it can be played with anywhere and it’s texture is smooth and soft. This particular box however is a bit deceiving. It looks like a large box of colors but when we opened it it was very tiny (smaller than my hand) packages. There were two of each color except orange, purple, brown and black. So although I like the product don’t expect a large amount in this package.
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99 people found this helpful
MomOf3
1.0 out of 5 stars Skimpy clay amounts
19 December 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
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45 people found this helpful
70s basketball player
5.0 out of 5 stars It's been a past expensive 20 years trip to the moon.
5 November 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
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5.0 out of 5 stars It's been a past expensive 20 years trip to the moon.
Reviewed in the United States on 5 November 2020
(5 Nov. 2020)
Thank you for delivering this in a timely fashion. (sincerely, thank you)
Before I made my clay demonstration of an Apollo flight, my air mattress, needing a slight sewing job on it’s underneath to keep the bedsheet stable. (after completing, it was like “The Great escape” movie (and book)(by Paul Brickhill)
The stabilizing the bedsheet (through sewing threads across the bottom, tying the bedsheet to the air mattress).
It was like James Garner in the movie finding and flying the trainer airplane, almost making it to the Swiss Alps (freedom).
He had control of an airplane. (securing the mattress sheet to the mattress, resting on it.
Not like the past 4 apartments, which continually left my possession.
So, when this happened, I rested, felt I had a home.
All possessions I could finally have.
Not even replying correctly to the neighbors “how are you doing?” (I replied wrong, saying “same to you”)
Not replying correctly did not matter. The mattress had made me feel so home, safe and sound.
The clay is extremely workable (there isn’t a lot, too bad).
I made the “nose cone” of a rocket taking a satellite out there. The satellite too.
Forming and shaping the legs of the nose cone like the picture of Denver TV program called “in the wings” (the Apollo space program).
A car gunned it’s engine driving by and did not equal a rocket (I didn’t yet make the clay demonstration yet, even. Just “having” the clay package, opening it, etc. was enough for me to differentiate a car from a rocket.
But, shaping the lets, I immediately stopped misidentifying (the past 20 years).
I could move around and work in the physical universe.
Boy, rock nose cone legs, there is nothing like them on earth. (7 million pounds, a rocket is)(the nose cone behaves completely independent of the satellite cargo it is carrying. (it leaves at a precise moment, acts independent to it’s cargo)
You and I drive a car and I move the steering wheel and that affects the car.
With a rocket, the satellite (if it ever moves at all), it’s motion does not affect what the nose cone does.
So, as I formed the legs, I wasn’t very much so, differentiating car wheels (mostly this is bike tires that are real) from nose cone legs.
A big step.
I learned what a “rocket” is!!!
It may be in the category of big things and heavy things, like cars and rockets.
But, it sure isn’t a car.
It isn’t like driving to Denver: “I’ll take the next exit, no, if I miss it, I can take another exit”.
The nose cone separates the exact moment and exact place. (there’s no, maybe later)
It’s stuff Thomas Edison and Albert Einstein would know.
I just want to go to the fridge for a ham sandwich.
I never think of these things.
The clay did it’s job.
Sped up my learning.
God knows how long I would be if there wasn’t clay.
20 years of confusion blew. (yeah, as big a blowing away as a nuclear explosion)
A beginning to defining “nose cone” was “Splashdown”, season 3, I believe, of Gilligan’s Island.
Sherwood Swartz (genius of his day) talks of “apogee”, which began defining with “vocabulary.com” (online dictionary, a ray of hope, I’ve called it since). (the olden days orbits of low orbiting satellites, their “apogee” (highest point in an orbiting object) wasn’t high enough and so, the earlier satellites burned up. (they didn’t make the grade: FLUNK!!))
Anyway, “in the wings” a general (and he’s from way back when, still alive) talked of the nose cone.
I’m out of the woods, especially my forming the legs of the nose cone.

(8 Nov. 2020)
A three day follow up from getting an understanding the “nose cone” of a rocket is nothing we ever have much to do with, it acts independently of the “satellite” and, when defining the technical term for “nose cone” it makes resistance less, flying at 600 mph. (you move 600 here on earth you’re gonna die, hit something, nothing will slow you, can slow you).
You’ve had it.
I know, I’ve gone 30 mph on a downhill canyon road, able to move even faster, yet, I dare not: “I was stark staring in terror, for dear life”.
My German friend, however, (previously thought a coward, which I no longer thought of him) thought it was fun, passed me up, going faster than 30, said, “whee”.
Still what I want to say is: day 3, of making a clay demo (demonstration) of the nose cone, I rewatched “the Flying Nun” (starring Sally Fields).
The head nun pulls up in a cab and, women’s head, which now became the nose cone of a rocket (don’t ask me why, I’m Chinese and all that, but….)
She manipulates her head here and there to smoothly get out of the cab. I follow the motion, differentiate flying from the car structure.
Cars aren’t aerodynamics, but nun’s coronets are, becoming the nose cone, since I molded the legs of the nose cone, using clay.
Differentiating.
Some move.
A great one, too.
Life isn’t boring, like it has been, 1999, to now.
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Zin gal
5.0 out of 5 stars No mess. No drips. Happy grandma
4 January 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
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10 people found this helpful
erin leigh huskey
5.0 out of 5 stars Great colors and some imaganation can bring a smile to your face
26 June 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
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7 people found this helpful