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Clay project for a non artist educator...please ideas!

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John & Sandra Barrick (astroboy)
Fri, 23 Oct 1998 00:51:25 -0400


(sorry I posted this hours ago but it still hasn't shown up)
Dear group,
Below is a person from my preschool group. She is from the
Philippines. As you can see she has access to all the natural clay
resource she can haul out of there. I know of some books, Mud
works/clay
works etc. I need other resources to send to her. I have some
lessons, you know beginning lessons on pinch/coil pots and hand
building, beads and the wall pockets but can you think of anything
else. I also have a few web sites but does anyone have a web site on
clay for pre-6th or so
prefer 3 years to 5 years as she is a preschool teacher, send it my
way please. I think it's funny that they think clay is dirty.(LOL);D
>Dear Sandra,

>Please send me your clay activities. I am just a beginner on
the
>use of this medium. Got lots of clay around but it was taken for
>granted. I realized its usefulness just lately thru the list. You
>see, in our country, the perception on clay is something that's
>dirty.
>Two days ago, I got a hunk of clay and put it on the table for kids
>to play. At first, they were hesitant to touch it...so I got a
>piece and molded it and encouraged them to try it. My God! They
>enjoyed it...and ended up dirty! LOL. So I told them whoever can
>bring old T-shirts of their parents can work with the clay by next
>week.
>I don't have any available reference on clayart. Can you suggest
>any website for beginners ? Will greatly appreciate any
>assistance.
> In advance, thanks a lot.

>Mila
>Philippines

-- 
john barrick
Sandra Barrick
astroboy
http://home.fuse.net/astroboy

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