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The Art & Craft of Expressing Passion with Clay
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Junior clay pottery hand builder course The Junior Clay Builder Course
 

Fulfilling Kid's Creative Calling!

"I have my mother's eyes,
my father's nose,
my creativity.

"I believe in bringing my
creative visions to life."

This is my creation...

 
 
Enriching Lessons
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The Junior Clay Builder Course
The JCB course consist of different course "Level" for group or individual kid from 4 to 12 years old.

There's something for Juniors and kid's to transform clay of their own personal expressions; creating inspiring objects of all shape and sizes.

They'll soon be making stunning works of art of their own design, by transforming clay into objects of inspiration.

What is (JCB) Junior Clay Builder Course?
It is a structured and fun course develop specially for children and its main focus is on the children's mental and physical development.

JCB's function is to help children develop creative problem solving skills and fine tune their motor skills.

How does the Junior Clay Builder Course Work?

JBC's course have 3 Levels

  • Level 1 - 4 to 5 years old
  • Level 2 - 6 to 8 years old
  • Level 3 - 9 to 12 years old
 


This is my inspiration!
 

Kid working on hand building clay pottery
Moulding clay help a child to develop good touch senses, shaping, creating textures, and improves creative skills.


Pottery student
sculpturing clay figurine


 

 

How do I sign up Junior Clay Builder Course? Just Call for more info or visit our pottery studio

 
Each Level consist of 8 module and the duration of each module is one and a half months with a total of 6 (session) classes. The duration of each class (session) are;

Once a week for one hour.
The duration of each Level is: One year with a total of eight module with certification given upon completing a module

Junior Clay Builder Course Work includes... Hand building - Pinching 
Learn to prepare clay and understand the basics of working with clay.

Hand building - Press Mold How clay can take its form from other existing objects.

Hand building - Slab Learn to join clay pieces together to form angled pieces.

Hand building - Coils Learn to from organic shapes through making coils.

Enriching Lessons
The Junior Clay Builder
Working and moulding clay help a child to develop good touch senses, shaping, creating textures will improves the child’s creative skills.

They will learn that pottery improve basic designing skill, turn their conceptual ideas and vision into artistic reality and the child’s knowledge about material through handling of different types of clay...

...Giving voice to complex dreams and visions of irresistible ceramics art of beauty.

Unleash your children creativity. Art is knowledge. Imagination knows no bound in a child's creative piece of ceramic art.



 


 

Nurturing the thinking
child... with creativity

Certification

Hand building

Slab, Coil, Press Mold
and Pinching


Ceramic aroma burner


Painted glazed
clay coin box


Junior pottery student hand build "Pinch and Coils" ceramic vase.

Hand building

 

  Clay Expression
Helps transform dreams & vision into objects of inspiration with clay

How do I sign up for The Junior Clay Builder course?
Just Call for an appointment or for more info or visit our pottery studio

 

 

I believe in bringing my dreams to life. This is my creation. This is me.

 

 

The Road to change

I know
a mother who had a very intelligent child that lived in an apartment. When her daughter Carol turned six, she wanted to ride her bike on the footpath sidewalk.

As we all know, a mother's job is to protect her child from injury and danger, so the mother set the boundaries on how far Carol can go—just up to the stop sign at the far end of the Apartment footpath. The rule was, when Carol sees the stop sign, she must Stop and Go Home.

The rule worked great; Carol always turned around at the stop sign and went back home.

One day Carol family was on a trip to Penang and about an hour into their journey, their car stopped at a junction with a stop sign and Carol said; Oh no! Now we have to go home.

The stop sign had been ingrained into her head that it really meant "STOP and go home"! To Carol, as she was taught, the word STOP means immediately discontinue the action, do not move forward and progress further.

 

You have dreams for your child...

We have our own dreams
and creative visions...

We believe in brining our dreams to life... This is our creation.

 

 


When our
children were taught that stops are meant for their safety and well being -- their young subconscious mind can interpret it as not to advance further and limits their imaginations or creativity by staying safely within their boundaries.

It is often that when our children’s were getting close to realizing their dreams, to changing their lives--hit a stop sign. They stopped because they are afraid to take the next step and don’t want to leave the certain safety and security with fear of the unknown. 

When they hit a stop, they have two choices:
One: Stop, do not move forward, do not pass go and stay with the familiar.

Two: Find that little nudge, that hidden hand in their young curious mind which gently pushes them to take the first step beyond their present boundaries--because with each step they take, they learned that they will be closer to achieving their dreams, vision and goals.

How many children in their present circumstances based on things that we have taught them? Some of those stop sign thinking might have been ingrained into their young mind for a reason--such as safety--that are subconsciously holding them back.

We must look at all the stop signs and obstacles that we have put in front of our child's life.

What will happen when your child crosses the stop boundaries that have been ingrained into their thinking--that is preventing them from opportunities, to push to their limits, to find ways to move forward; when Stop signs are actually momentary path-ways to success.

Child Psychiatrist

A mother was worried that her five-year-old son was unusually talented, and took him to a child psychiatrist.

"Right," said the shrink; "We'll just try a few simple tests." he turned to the boy and said;
"Say a few words - anything that comes into your mind."

The boy turned to his mother and asked; "Does he want logically constructed sentences or just a few random and purely isolated words?"

 


Kids hand build Coil & Press mold technique ceramic bowl

Mark Twain; "Most interesting information comes from children, for they tell all they know and then stop."

7 year old kid


The bird I am going to write about is the Owl.


The owl cannot see at all in the day and is blind as a bat at night. I do not know much about the owl so I will go on to the Beast which I am going to choose...

It is the Cow. The Cow is a mammal and it is tame. It has six sides: right, left, fore, back, upper, and below. At the back it has a tail in which is hanging a bush. With this it sends the flies away so they do not fall in the milk.

The head is for the purpose of growing horns and so the mouth can be somewhere. They are to butt with. The mouth is to moo with.

Under the cow hangs the milk. It is arranged for milking. When the people milk the cow the milk comes and there is never any end to the supply. How the cow does it I have not learned, but it makes more and more.

The man cow is called the ox. It is not a mammal. The cow does not eat much but what it eats twice it eats twice, so it gets enough. When it is hungry it moos and when it doesn't say anything it is because its insides is full of grass.

The cow has a fine sense of smell and you can smell it far away. That is the reason for the fresh air in the country.

Never underestimate a child creativity and intelligence.

 
 

Clay Expression
Helps transform their dreams and vision
into objects of inspiration with clay.

How do I sign up for The Junior Clay Builder course?
Just Call for an appointment or more info or visit our pottery studio


 

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