I love how neatly the glaze turned out, thanks to the fact that you can remove the eggs and paint them separately.
My class was a mix of ages, but I found that kinders did just fine with this simple project. If you like to start your projects with a story, this “Whose Nest” book by Guy Troughton is a perfect match.
• Create with Clay 3 ebook ($5 instant download)
• “Whose Nest” book by Guy Troughton
• Small container of water
• Scratching tool such as old fork
• Glaze (I used Colorado and Fairy Dust from Ceramic Art Space)
Students followed the directions in ebook to form nest and eggs. The clay is fired and then glazed and fired again.
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