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Children Courses

TRIAL CLASS

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Schedule

Thursday / Friday:

3pm to 4:30pm

5pm to 6:30pm

Saturday / Sunday:

10:30am to 12pm

1pm to 2:30pm

3pm to 4:30pm

5pm to 6:30pm

Closed on Public Holidays

Pottery Making enhances creativity, spatial intelligence and fine-motor skills development among children. Clay modelling is one of the most effective ways in nurturing the ability to create. It is fun and encourages creative movement in children. Through clay modelling, children are able to harness their ability to create.

Pottery making is a wonderful activity for children as it:-

  • Enhances their creativity & spatial intelligence

  • Nurtures their ability to create

  • Improves their fine-motor skills

  • Encourages out-of-the-box thinking

  • Enables them to develop focus, concentration and perseverance

  • Develops their 3-D visualization ability.

  • Increases their confidence in realizing their ability to create functional ware!


Come for a TRIAL CLASS (one session) at Clay Cove and discover whether your child like clay creations.

 

It’s suitable for 5-14 years old. During the Trial class, your child would learn PINCHING method, which is the most basic hand building method in pottery making. He/she will make three ice-cream bowls using pinching method. The clay artworks would be bisque fired, coated with a layer of transparent glaze and fired the 2nd time. The completed pinched bowls can be used as functional ware, i.e. you can use them for your favourite ice-cream!

Costs: $60 per child (Trial session)

If your child would like to PAINT his/her ice-cream bowls, you may consider the 2-session workshop, whereby he/she will create and paint the ice-cream bowls.

 

Costs: $100 per child (2-session Pottery workshop)

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Mode of payment:

For PayNow, Clay Cove UEN is T08LL0090D or scan SGQR code. 

For Bill Reference Number, please indicate your child's / children's name. Please email screenshot of transfer to enquiry@claycove.com

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