# Plasticine

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#### The Weepy Wempati!....

Once upon a time there lived a little Wempati. She was a very sweet little thing who loved her mummy, papa, sister, baby brother, pet dog and favourite doll very much. She was a very happy Wempati. When Wempati was four years old, Papa Wempati and Mama Wempati had a serious talk. “It’s time that little Wempati went to school” they said. That sounded like fun to little Wempati. The Weepy Wempati!…. [Illustrations by Priya Nagarajan] Her sister went to school and always went with yummy things packed in her lunch box and came back with delicious paint stains on her hands and clothes....

#### Plasticine Candle Stand

Plasticine Candle Stand [Illustrations by Anup Singh] Before you begin making the candle stand, spread some sheets of newspaper so that you do not dirty the floor. The things you need: Plasticine Old newspaper Steel bowl Step 1: Flatten plasticine to make a circle. Cut a perfect circle using the rim of the steel bowl. Step 2: Roll some plasticine in a cylindrical shape....

#### Marbles Teach

A moving object transfers its force to the second object and itself comes to rest. Did you understand that? No? But you will once you play this little game with marbles. The things you need: Clay or plasticine Broomstick Marbles Step 1: Take two broomsticks and bend them around two centimetres in the centre. Marbles Teach [Illustrations by Shinod AP] Step 2: Seal the ends with clay or plasticine and apply some in the centre for support....

#### Festive Bow and Arrow

Any play on Ramayana is incomplete without the bow and arrow (teer Kamaan). You can make your own bow and arrow, too, but be careful not to hurt anyone. Festive Bow and Arrow [Illustrations by Shiju George] You will need: Elastic, broomstick, plasticine, stem of any tree, scissors and paints. Step 1: Bend the stem in the form of an arc making sure it does not break. Tie elastic from one end to the other....

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