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I've come to realize that some of the things that come naturally to me as an art teacher are not necessarily things that other art teachers...

I've come to realize that some of the things that come naturally to me as an art teacher are not necessarily things that other art teachers...

This would be a great resource to print poster sized in our kiln room: Simple little temperature chart showing the relationship of defferent cone temperatures. Important to realize that cone temp in the '0X' range are different than their similarly numbered 'X' versions.

This would be a great resource to print poster sized in our kiln room: Simple little temperature chart showing the relationship of defferent cone temperatures. Important to realize that cone temp in the '0X' range are different than their similarly numbered 'X' versions.

A simple and brilliant idea to be realized at school with clay slabs: colored tiles imprinted with different shapes of pasta. Farfalle, penne, fusilli or spaghetti become interesting tools to creat…

A simple and brilliant idea to be realized at school with clay slabs: colored tiles imprinted with different shapes of pasta. Farfalle, penne, fusilli or spaghetti become interesting tools to creat…

Clay Prepping Tips for Teachers... My High School Art Room- I'm scared to do clay with only ONE sink in my room...

Clay Prepping Tips for Teachers... My High School Art Room- I'm scared to do clay with only ONE sink in my room...

Teaching Clay Without a Kiln: An Art Teacher's Resource. The Art of Ed. I would like to review some methods I have used in the past, as well as some other products floating around out there. This guide is meant to help all art teachers (and art enthusiasts) make the best decision when working without a kiln, but still have that passion and desire to expose their students to quality clay experiences.

Teaching Clay Without a Kiln: An Art Teacher's Resource. The Art of Ed. I would like to review some methods I have used in the past, as well as some other products floating around out there. This guide is meant to help all art teachers (and art enthusiasts) make the best decision when working without a kiln, but still have that passion and desire to expose their students to quality clay experiences.

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