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Do you dread your clay units because of the hassle involved? Maybe the mere mention of the words clay unit gets your heart racing as you think about your struggle with organization. Numerous “no names,” projects drying out before students are finished, or the inability to even start a project because it would take weeks to complete are enough to make any teacher say, “ No more clay!” Lucky for you, today I’m sharing my solution for keeping projects week-to-week with the added bonus of never having a nameless clay piece in your art room again!
How do you store clay projects week-to-week?
How do you battle the no-name epidemic?