Clay Fun in Grade Five!

Aah the joys of working with clay! It’s that time of the year where we all explore clay and create amazing pieces of art. Rolling, pinching, scoring, making slabs =fun, fun, FUN!

Take a sneek peek at what is happening in grade three and five right now…

Chinese wall pockets in grade three.

These are turning out gorgeous. This has been a real learning experience for the kids and they are doing such a great job. These are almost finished and need the details on the pockets.

Bird houses/luminaries in grade five

This has been a huge and rewarding challenge for us all. My students are doing such a wonderful job and each house is looking so different and unique to each child. I can’t wait to show you how these look when they are finished!

Slab making after using the throw method

Scoring with the ‘buddy’ sticks

As soon as these projects are finished I’ll post the final pieces–I can’t wait!!


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