Clay Ganesh Making
Learning Session Details Session Duration: 1 Hour Age: 5+
Who is this session for? This learning session is specially designed for students who love to be messy with clay. This class is geared towards experiencing many aspects of clay making. Things to Bring -Clay. -Water. -Color Papers. -Decorating Materials. -Scissors. -Glue. What you will learn? Clay is one medium that promotes creativity. It is especially beneficial to young people – it helps promote self-confidence, encourages self-expression, and develops problem-solving skills. The students will learn to acquire basic skills for sculpting and manipulating clay with different clay modelling techniques. In this learning session they will specially learn how to make beautiful ganesh dolls using clay from our expert inspirer. In addition to the techniques and skills they learn, kids get to work with one of the most important artistic mediums known to man (clay) as an accomplished artist or craftsperson would, learning to create a piece of art from scratch through patience, persistence, and growing artistic ability, all guided by an experienced mentor. Pretty exciting stuff when you think about it. Come, learn the different ways to model, craft, and explore with play-dough, clay, and other dough's. Besides being fun, working with clay also contributes to kids development. Developing motor skills, problem solving, therapeutic and improving self-esteem. About the Inspirer Vijayalakshmi is a creative teaching professional who is highly talented in the wide array of artistic mediums. She has a talent for instilling art appreciation, and promoting creativity and open-mindness. She has a proven ability to maintain a well-disciplined and highly motivated online classroom environment. She offers individualized support and provides positive encouragement to ensure that each child learns to their level best. She is an Collaborative educator with outstanding communication and interpersonal skills to cultivate and sustain a strong interactive bonding environment among the students. She finds it easier to concentrate on what an individual child needs, rather than blanket teaching them all the same thing. In this way each child’s latent artistic expression is brought to the fore and exposed in the best possible way.
Since seats are limited, cancellation of classes is not allowed.