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Crafting With Clay: The Basics of Making Polymer Clay Charms (Flex)
In this 4-week flex course, students will learn how to make 4 adorable charms with polymer clay, as well as some of the techniques and tools needed to work with clay.
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No live meetings
Over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a "Flex" course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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Working with polymer clay to make charms is an awesome craft, and it's lots of fun! Charms are usually pretty small, and have tiny details, so working with those small pieces of clay helps young students to enhance their fine motor skills. Additionally, there are many different colors of clay out there and the possibilities are endless for what you can create, which allows students to express themselves by making their favorite characters and objects out of clay! It also challenges them to...
Students are encouraged to use Nearpod to showcase their charms and interact with their fellow students. The weekly activities will include: -Posting a Flipgrid video showing their sculpting process for that week's charm, and replying to other students' videos to compare/contrast experiences -Responding to the open-ended question that will relate to that week's project (for example, "What was the most challenging part of the process?") -Posting a photo of their charms to the collaboration board, where other students can leave positive comments and/or advice
For this course, students will need: -Polymer clay in the following colors: Pink, yellow, green, gray, black, white, orange, brown (I recommend buying a kit that has a wide range of colors though, in case your child wants to experiment with other colors!) -Polymer clay tools, preferably plastic (If you buy a polymer clay kit, these are often included) -A metal dotting tool -Parchment paper -Eye pins, 0.75" in length -Super glue The supplies can be purchased online or at your local craft store! You can often buy kits that have a wide range of colors as well as a set of included tools. If you have any questions about tool sets or where to purchase, just let me know!
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Parents please note: Students will need to bake their charms in the oven in order to harden the clay. Parental guidance is recommended for using the oven.
Lindsay G.Educational Rockstar
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Hello! I'm Ms. Lindsay. I teach classes on a variety of topics, including video games, anime, baking, crafts, and more! These are my personal interests and hobbies that I spend a ton of time learning about myself, and I'm excited that I have the...