After spending a week learning about how Native Americans and other Indigenous Peoples of the world used clay to make cooking ware, storage vessels, musical instruments, ceremonial items, toys, sculptures, and many other things...we engaged our little ones in one of the most natural and primitive art forms in history by having them use stoneware clay to make their own creative piece. We also modeled the fossilization process by taking shells and other small objects to seal in clay balls. Once the clay balls dry in the sun, we will crack them open to further understand the process of fossilization.
 


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11/28/2014 4:47am

Woah! Now it totally nailed my core! Most of the time I really miss being a 7-year old student who gets to play around with everyone in the class. It is similarly a nostalgic feel when the memories start to evoke as choosing which crayon to use on an art subject is the toughest choice to make. I can still remember the time when we have a project that we ought to produce non toxic clay that is made of flour, salt, food color, and water. Can I still possibly make a non-hazardous terra-cotta again without watching instructions on YouTube and searching various techniques on WikiHow?

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09/30/2015 4:02am

Seeing kids learn reminds me when I was younger and it was my mom who was my first teacher. I can be nostalgic at times. I still vividly recall when I was taught how to write – my name. Joshua was so difficult for a three year old to write, but I was able to do it. And then, it was also my mom who taught me how to construct a sentence and then my first essay. It is not surprising because she was our primary school teacher.

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