“It was a massive two-headed serpent that once roamed through the Squamish territory, its horrible shrieks frightening the people in the village of Stá7mes, Squamish. Xwechtáal, a young warrior, was tasked with killing the serpent. He pursued it up Siyám Smánit where it left a striking black streak, now known as the Black Dyke. For four years, Xwechtáal pursued the serpent until he was able to slay it as it rested in a lake.”
CLAYTIVITY classes are excellent value starting at $150 per class, and project ideas fit in well with any current curriculum area, subject areas, big ideas or learning theme a teacher may wish to support.
What happens in a CLAYTIVITY class?
Classes begin with a 10 – 15 minute presentation
Project idea introduced
Talk about a few facts about clay
Demonstration of the magic of throwing on a potter’s wheel
Each student makes their own project during a 60 – 90 minute class
Instructor gives 2-3 detailed easy to follow step by step instructions
Students work on their own project after each step
Clay and all materials supplied by %1\$s
After the class
Projects taken away, dried out and bisque fired by CLAYTIVITY
Projects returned to the classroom within three weeks
Students can paint their bisque fired projects with their teacher