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4th grade ceramic flower sculptures; glazed with Speedball brand and Amaco brand glazes. lesson by art teacher: Susan Joe

glazed with Speedball brand and Amaco brand glazes. lesson by art teacher: Susan Joe - NO INSTRUCTIONS on this link

ceramic sculptures; approx. 7" X 7" (bisque ware); lesson by art teacher: Susan Joe

You can use techniques taught for fondant/sugar paste flowers when making these. X (bisque ware); lesson by art teacher: Susan Joe

First graders created self-portraits using clay slabs. Allow two 40-minutes sessions plus drying time.

First graders created self-portraits using clay slabs. Allow two sessions plus drying time.

from original pinner: Found this on Flickr. Apparently the ceramic teacher's name is Janet Burns (I always attempt to credit the artists and instructors.)  In any case these are the cleverest little pinch pots.  I'm thinking kids of all ages would enjoy and feel successful at making one of these!  Pinch pot, add details, then acrylic paint, and embellishments!  FUN!

from original pinner: The ceramic teacher's name is Janet Burns. These are the cleverest little pinch pots. Kids of all ages would enjoy and feel successful at making one of these! Pinch pot, add details, then acrylic paint, and embellishments!

Ceramic flower sculptures by my 4th grade students; 7" X 7" per sculpture; lesson by art teacher: Susan Joe

Ceramic flower sculptures by grade students; lesson by art teacher: Susan Joe

Ceramic animal relief sculptures by my 5th grade students; approx. 7" X 7"; lesson by art teacher: Susan Joe

Ceramic animal relief sculptures by my grade students; X lesson by art teacher: Susan Joe

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