The Coshocton County Beacon June 10, 2020 - Page 4

June 10, 2020 Kids’ Corner: Have fun makin own modeling clay with your By Jen Jones Playing with clay is fun for all ages. It encourages sensory development and helps increase attention span. It expands kids’ imagination and is therapeutic. It improves hand/eye coordination along with gross and fine motor skills. It can even help improve self-esteem. It’s also very easy to make at home with your kids. Ben McCormick, a preschool teacher at Hopewell School, made clay with his class before the school was closed for the COVID-19 virus. The children helped make the clay before each created their own masterpiece. Kylee and Noah made houses that belonged to the Three Little Pigs and used a blow-dryer to see if their houses would blow down. Shawn liked mixing the clay while Carli used her clay to “bake” a treat. To make your own clay, you will need 1 cup of flour, ½ cup salt, one envelope of BANKRUPTCY Kool-Aid (whatever flavor you want), 2 teaspoons cream of tartar, 1 cup of water and 1 Submitted Noah is pictured testing his clay creation with a blow-dryer. Mitchell Marczewski • Personal & Small Business • Call for Free Publication “The 10 Most Common Questions about Bankruptcy” • Stop Creditor Harassment, Repossession, Garnishment and Sheriff Sales • Save Your Home and Car • Emergency Filing Available We are a debt relief agency and help people file bankruptcy under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. Marczewski Law Offices 1020 Maple Ave., Zanesville (next to Dr. Adornetto) 740-453-8900 | www.zanesvillelawyer.com BF-00475230