Before doing this craft, it helps to learn about the Stonehenge. We listed some helpful resources below.
To make the Stonehenge stones, you can either collect real rocks that are relatively flat or mold your own stones from air dry clay or homemade salt dough. For a sandy or textured dough, try making some sand dough.
If you are making your Stonehenge using real rocks, skip to Step 8.
Once you have put all the horizontal stones in place, let your miniature Stonehenge dry at room temperature.
When the clay is partially dry, you can prop up the bottom of the vertical stones with craft sticks. This should let some air circulate at the base and allow the clay to dry more quickly.