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*Created by Kay Wagner, Ph.D., Edina Public Schools, Edina, Minnesota

Drawn images may be used freely, fair use laws apply to all other images


Pinch pot animal

Pinch Pot Animal Minnesota

Pinch Pot Animal

Pinch Pot Animal

Pinch Pot Animal




Squeeze your thumb against your fingers, thinning out the walls of the hole to about 1/2” thick. Turn the ball as you squeeze to make an even wall throughout the entire pot


This is what it would look like on the inside
This is what it would look like on the inside walls of the hole to about 1/2” thick. Turn the ball as you squeeze to make an even wall throughout the entire pot


This is what it looks like from the out side
This is what it looks like from the out side walls of the hole to about 1/2” thick. Turn the ball as you squeeze to make an even wall throughout the entire pot


Repeat the pinch pot process with the small ball
Repeat the pinch pot process with the small ball walls of the hole to about 1/2” thick. Turn the ball as you squeeze to make an even wall throughout the entire pot


Using a very small lump of clay roll a coil
Using a very small lump of clay roll a coil walls of the hole to about 1/2” thick. Turn the ball as you squeeze to make an even wall throughout the entire pot




2 slip is applied
2. these steps: Slip is applied.


3 score both surfaces
3. these steps: Score both surfaces.


4 press together firmly
4. these steps: Press together firmly.


4 press together firmly1
4. these steps: Press together firmly.


5 blend the seam
5. these steps: Blend the seam.


5 blend the seam1
5. these steps: Blend the seam.



Fit the neck of the small pot into the opening of the large pot. Adjust the size of the large pot opening to fit.


Fit the neck of the small pot into the opening of the large pot. Adjust the size of the large pot opening to fit.


Remove the head from your clay pot ythbvc xz
Remove the head from your clay pot` ythbvc xz pot. Adjust the size of the large pot opening to fit.-+


All animals have a snout

The circle shows the head shape you have now. pot. Adjust the size of the large pot opening to fit.

Next you will see how the snout changes the head shape to look more like the animal

All animals have a snout.




Attach the snout to the head shape
Attach the snout to the head shape small ball of clay

Add slip to both shapes

Score both shapes


Attach the snout to the head shape1
Attach the snout to the head shape small ball of clay

Press parts firmly together


Attach the snout to the head shape2
Attach the snout to the head shape small ball of clay

Blend the seam line



Cut the mouth open
Cut the mouth open small ball of clay


Press or carve holes for the eyeballs
Press or carve holes for the eyeballs small ball of clay

Form two equal clay balls for the eyeballs


Fill the holes with slip
Fill the holes with slip small ball of clay

Press the eyeballs into the holes


Make coils for eye lids
Make coils for eye lids small ball of clay

Add the coils over the eyes

Blend only the top of the lid


Poke holes for the nostrils

or add a nose small ball of clay

Poke holes for the nostrils


Add ears

and/or horns small ball of clay

Add ears


Now we will work on the bottom of the pot which will be the animals body
Now we will work on the bottom of the pot, which will be the animals body

First remove the head and set it aside


First we will shape the legs

Think of the different types of animal legs animals body

First we will shape the legs.






Short fat tails can stick out
Short fat tails can stick out animals body

Long thin tails must lay against the body






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