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TAB Studio with Mrs. Bfrom TAB Studio with Mrs. B

What to do with all that dry clay


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Put the FUN in functional with a playful project that teaches the basics of ceramic hand building. Either come up with your own set of beastly attributes or use a random generator for the number of eyes, type of teeth, and more.


Monster Mug

come to the Art side: Monday Mayhem: Clay work inspired by artist James DeRosso!

cambridge contemporary art - Maureen Minchin - Ceramics

clay slab leaves with Colorburst underglaze done by 4th graders originally at


Ceramic Leaf Bowls

Clay leaves - good way to teach about rolling slabs. First, roll out a slab of clay, then place a leaf onto the clay. Roll over it with a rolling pin to make an impression. Then trace around it with a knife & cut out the clay leaf. Peel the leaf off & use a toothpick to make deeper indentations (“,)


Art is Basic-- Art Teacher Blog: Clay Camp for Kids- Week One

Red Ted Art's Blogfrom Red Ted Art's Blog

How to make Autumn Leaf Bowls (Guest Post


How to make Autumn Leaf Bowls (Guest Post) - Red Ted Art's Blog

Ali Does It Herselffrom Ali Does It Herself

Clay Leaf Bowls


Clay Leaf Bowls

Lauren DeNardi's Portfoliofrom Lauren DeNardi's Portfolio

Lesson Plans


Lesson Plans | Lauren DeNardi's Portfolio

Pinch pots with added necks - simple Paint with Mayco's Stroke & Coat SC-16 Cotton Tail on the greenware for a one time firing. Make sure and leave the bottom un-glazed.


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