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3-D Modeling. 3D modeling can be defined as: -Construction Lego, play dough, clay, junk modeling , plaster, papier mache -Deconstruction (carving) Dough, clay, soap, plaster. Two types of clay

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3D modeling can

be defined as:


Lego, play dough, clay, junk

modeling, plaster, papier


-Deconstruction (carving)

Dough, clay, soap,


Two types of clay

1) Earthenware is the most common type of clay used in schools. It is usually reddish-brown.

2) Stoneware is usually a grey or buff colour in the natural state.

Working with clay

tools to use when modeling
Tools to use when modeling:

Your fingers

Rolling pins and canvas

Lollipop sticks


Cookie cutters

Plastic bags

Clay cutter (wire)


Various carving tools,

Nuts and bolts

Old toothbrushes

Forks and knives

play dough
Play Dough

Lesson Ideas: 12



Junk modeling

Lesson Ideas: 123

papier mache
Papier Mache

Lesson Ideas: 1 23



Lesson Ideas: 12

health and safety
Health and Safety
  • Before working with clay ensure that none of the students have any allergies.
  • Equipment must be washed thoroughly
  • Brushes, tools and containers should be used exclusively for clay work.
  • Work surfaces must be wet wiped to avoid dust.
  • Floorings should be mopped and carpets vacuumed.
  • Hands should be washed thoroughly not forgetting to scrub the nails.
  • It is important to minimize the amount of dust in the air that clay can generate. Dust is the biggest health hazard when working with clay and is damaging to lungs. For this reason, all clean-up should be wet-based. Tables and other work surfaces wiped with a wet sponge and continually rinsed, floors wet-mopped, and un-used scraps put into buckets before they dry out. Students should never eat or drink while working with clay to avoid ingesting dust.


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  • Jane Adams
  • (local artist)
  • http://www.citv.co.uk/page.asp?partid=14&src=http://www.artattack.co.uk
  • http://www.kinderart.com/sculpture/
  • http://pottery.netfirms.com/lessonps.htm
  • Utley, C. & Magson, M. (1997) Exploring Clay with Children, London: A & C Black
  • Mayesky, M. (2005) Creative Art and Activities, New York: Thomson Delmar Learning