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Make Small Clay Animals ( 5-9 Years)
In this one-time class, students will get a chance to learn the basics of sculpting air dry clay and molding them into simple but cute animals.
Sukhada Gokhale MFA
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In this class, students will learn basic techniques of how to mold clay. I will show them a step-by step approach to creating these cute animals using different clay sculpting techniques like pinching and coiling. This will be an interactive class and students can choose to participate as and when they feel comfortable to do so. Materials - Air Dry Clay for kids (You can buy them online or in a craft store near you. They range from $15 - $20 and you can get enough of clay to use for...
Materials - Air Dry Clay for kids (You can buy them online or in a craft store near you. They range from $15 - $20 and you can get enough of clay to use for other projects too. You can get either the colored or the plain. (Link to amazon: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=air-dry+clay+for+kids&gclid=CjwKCAiAudD_BRBXEiwAudakXx3yQnhfnw6woU_qu0l8o4Utt_jVr23Vd5C6wxOim0igwRFTaqKS1BoCAIIQAvD_BwE&hvadid=410015761865&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=9011768&hvnetw=g&hvqmt=e&hvrand=18147511895260021702&hvtargid=kwd-746128060748&hydadcr=4120_11139839&tag=googhydr-20&ref=pd_sl_479qyl5xn_e) - plastic fork, knife and spoon for sculpting - pencil or pen - markers - parchment paper to work on or aluminum foil - a cup with a little water to wet the finger tips to help mold the clay - string or ribbon to hang the necklace - wooden or plastic rolling pin or a soda can or a beans can
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Sukhada Gokhale MFAEducator, Filmmaker, Artist and World Traveler
86 total reviews
151 completed classes
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