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by Apeksha Mathur

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Description

Age: 6-12 yrs

Difficulty: beginner

Kids, take your first step towards learning fine pottery, an ancient artform ruling and uniting the world! Unwind your creativity and let your little hands shape some amazing creations like Tree, Flowers, Sun, butterflies to name a few, with the Yellow Class ‘Pottery’ Program.

Creativity and Motor Skills
Develops imagination
Curiosity and problem-solving skills
Patience and growing artistic ability

Course Highlights

Mentor Details

Apeksha Mathur

Apeksha Mathur

A professional Sculptor , Muralist and Potter

Apeksha is a Pottery Mentor with YC. She is a Master's in Fine Arts (MFA). Her Ceramic Sculpture got selected in the most prestigious National Exhibition of Art by Lalit Kala Akademi.

Clay modelling for kids

Pottery making

Sculpting

3D art

Clay modelling for kids

Pottery making

Sculpting

3D art

Module 1

3 classes

3 Classes

Fine Pottery : Make Tree, Flowers, Sun

Let kids enjoy the captivating texture of clay as their creativity unfolds with Yellow Class 'Pottery' Program. We are here to polish the moulding skills of tiny potters and teach them to create ravishing trees, flowers, and sun in this captivating session.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

Raw Material for preparing Clay mould:

  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 cup Common Salt
  • 1 Glass Warm Water
  • 2 tbsp Vegetable Oil

Main Materials:

  • A Mixing bowl
  • A Flat plate or Baking tray for the working surface
  • Newspaper
  • Rolling pin
  • A non-sharp or Blunt knife (birthday knife will do)
  • Pencil and Ruler
  • Oil 2-3 tbsp
  • Fevicol
  • Pen refill (optional)

NOTE: - Alternative to homemade clay is - Potters clay or Playdough

Post-Session please follow the below instructions:-

Baking in Microwave:

  • Put it on Convection mode
  • Temperature is 150 degrees celsius
  • Bake it for 40-45 minutes
  • Check for the "tan-tan" sound. If still soft from anywhere, please continue for another 5 minutes setting.

NOTE:

  • Baking is a hit and trial process. The steps above are an approximate idea of timings and settings. It may differ from appliance to appliance.
  • Now that you all have stepped into the pottery world, please explore the best steps of Baking.
  • After the work is fully baked, let it cool and then you can paint it using acrylic colours or oil colours.
  • Use very minimal water while painting.
  • Paint the work from all sides. Front, Back, Top, and Bottom to give the best protection from the weather.
  • Do not use posters or watercolours

Baking in the Oven:

  • Pre-heat your oven at 150 degrees Celsius (or 300 Fahrenheit) for 5 minutes
  • Keep your work on the baking tray
  • Put your baking tray on the top shelf with the top element off and the bottom element on (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then after 5-7 minutes please shift your tray to the lower shelf with a bottom element of and top element in (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again put it on the top shelf with the top element off and bottom element on (For 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again on the bottom shelf with the bottom element off and top element on. (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • In around 22 minutes your work will be fully baked
  • Check the "tan tan" sound of your work
  • If it is still soft from anywhere, please continue baking

In case you do not have a microwave, a kadhai can be used as well.

  • Take one khadhai and pour some salt in it
  • Turn the gas on and let the salt heat
  • Keep a stand in the middle of the kadhai, on the salt
  • Place your pizza base on the stand and cover the kadhai with a lid
  • After about 30 mins, carefully remove the pizza from the stand

NOTE:

  • Baking is a hit and trial process. The steps above are an approximate idea of timings and settings. It may differ from appliance to appliance.
  • Now that you all have stepped into the pottery world, please explore the best steps of Baking.
  • After the work is fully baked, let it cool and then you can paint it using acrylic colours or oil colours.
  • Use very minimal water while painting.
  • Paint the work from all sides. Front, Back, Top, and Bottom to give the best protection from the weather.
  • Do not use posters or watercolours.

At Yellow Class, we provide engagement and learning activities for kids between 2-12 years in a fun-filled way. We conduct live classes which cover, but are not limited to, Creative writing, Book Reading, Storytelling, Public Speaking, Dance, Craft, Pottery, Drawing, Painting, Mind, Body, and Soul.


Fine Pottery : Octopus

Yellow Class 'Pottery' Program is here with another skill-enhancing session to boost every kid's imagination and moulding skills, as we help them make an octopus using clay. Lift your creative spirits with the tentacles of the creature and sing the praises of pottery for days to come!

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

Raw Material for preparing Clay mould:

  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 Cup Common Salt
  • 1 Glass Warm Water
  • 2 tbsp Vegetable Oil

Main Materials:

  • Newspaper
  • Mixing Bowl
  • Flat plate or Tray
  • Pencil or pen
  • Rolling pin
  • Small scale or ruler
  • Blunt Knife (a Birthday knife will do)
  • Oil 2-3 tbsp
  • Fevicol
  • Pen refill(optional)

NOTE:

  • Parental guidance is required while using sharp objects like Scissors or Knife
  • Alternative to homemade clay is - Potters clay or Playdough

Post-Session please follow the below instructions:-

Baking in Microwave

  • Put it on Convection mode
  • Temperature is 150 degrees celsius.
  • Bake it for 40-45 minutes.
  • Check for the "tan-tan" sound. If still soft from anywhere, please continue for another 5 minutes setting

Baking in the Oven:

  • Pre-heat your oven at 150 degrees Celsius (or 300 Fahrenheit) for 5 minutes
  • Keep your work on the baking tray
  • Put your baking tray on the top shelf with the top element off and the bottom element on (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then after 5-7 minutes please shift your tray to the lower shelf with a bottom element of and top element in (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again put it on the top shelf with the top element off and bottom element on (For 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again on the bottom shelf with the bottom element off and top element on. (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • In around 22 minutes your work will be fully baked
  • Check the "tan tan" sound of your work
  • If it is still soft from anywhere, please continue baking

In case you do not have a microwave, a kadhai can be used as well.

  • Take one khadhai and pour some salt in it
  • Turn the gas on and let the salt heat
  • Keep a stand in the middle of the kadhai, on the salt
  • Place your pizza base on the stand and cover the kadhai with a lid
  • After about 30 mins, carefully remove the pizza from the stand

NOTE:

  • Baking is a hit and trial process. The steps above are an approximate idea of timings and settings. It may differ from appliance to appliance.
  • So now that you all have stepped into the pottery world please explore the best steps of Baking.
  • After the work is fully baked, let it cool and then you can paint it using acrylic colours or oil colours.
  • Use very minimal water while painting.
  • Paint the work from all sides. Front, Back, Top, and Bottom to give the best protection from the weather.
  • Do not use posters or watercolours.

Happy Sculpting !!

At Yellow Class, we provide engagement and learning activities for kids between 2-12 years in a fun-filled way. We conduct live classes which cover, but are not limited to, Creative writing, Book Reading, Storytelling, Public Speaking, Dance, Craft, Pottery, Drawing, Painting, Mind, Body, and Soul.


Fine Pottery : Embossed Butterfly

Yellow Class welcomes the little ones to yet another exciting session of the 'Pottery' Program, designed to cultivate a sense of fine arts. Let your child's creativity fly high, as we guide them to make 'Embossed Butterfly' in this skill-fostering session.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

Raw Material for preparing Clay mould:

  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 Cup Common Salt
  • 1 Glass Warm Water
  • 2Tbsp Vegetable Oil.

Main Materials:

  • A Flat plate or Baking tray for the working surface
  • Newspaper
  • Rolling pin
  • A non-sharp or blunt knife (birthday knife)
  • Pencil or Pen and Ruler
  • Black Sketch pen
  • A white sheet of paper
  • Oil 2-3 tbsp
  • Fevicol
  • Pen refill (optional)

NOTE: - Alternative to homemade clay is - Potters clay or Playdough

Post-Session please follow the below instructions:-

Baking in Microwave:

  • Put it on Convection mode
  • Temperature is 150 degrees celsius.
  • Bake it for 40-45 minutes.
  • Check for the "tan-tan" sound. If still soft from anywhere please continue for another 5 minutes setting.

Baking in the Oven:

  • Pre-heat your oven at 150 degrees Celsius (or 300 Fahrenheit) for 5 minutes
  • Keep your work on the baking tray
  • Put your baking tray on the top shelf with the top element off and the bottom element on (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then after 5-7 minutes please shift your tray to the lower shelf with a bottom element of and top element in (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again put it on the top shelf with the top element off and bottom element on (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again on the bottom shelf with the bottom element off and top element on. (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • In around 22 minutes your work will be fully baked
  • Check the tan tan sound of your work
  • If it is still soft from anywhere, please continue baking

In case you do not have a microwave, a kadhai can be used as well.

  • Take one khadhai and pour some salt in it
  • Turn the gas on and let the salt heat
  • Keep a stand in the middle of the kadhai, on the salt
  • Place your pizza base on the stand and cover the kadhai with a lid
  • After about 30 mins, carefully remove the pizza from the stand

NOTE:

  • Baking is a hit and trial process. The steps above are an approximate idea of timings and settings. It may differ from appliance to appliance.
  • So now that you all have stepped into the pottery world please explore the best steps of Baking.
  • After the work is fully baked, let it cool and then you can paint it using acrylic colours or oil colours.
  • Use very minimal water while painting.
  • Paint the work from all sides. Front, Back, Top, and Bottom to give the best protection from the weather.
  • Do not use posters or watercolours.

Happy Sculpting !!

At Yellow Class, we provide engagement and learning activities for kids between 2-12 years in a fun-filled way. We conduct live classes which cover, but are not limited to, Creative writing, Book Reading, Storytelling, Public Speaking, Dance, Craft, Pottery, Drawing, Painting, Mind, Body, and Soul.


Program Finale

3 classes

3 Classes

Program Finale - 1 Jungle Theme Name Plate

Pottery is a safe leisure activity, although it involves a great deal of messiness! Master the art of moulding clay into interesting craft works with Yellow Class 'Pottery' Finale Session, and learn to make a Jungle Theme Name Plate that is sure to impress everyone.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

Raw Material for preparing Clay mould:

  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 Cup Common Salt
  • 1 Glass Warm Water
  • 2Tbsp Vegetable Oil

Main Materials:

  • A Flat plate or Baking tray for the working surface
  • Newspaper
  • Rolling pin
  • Blunt Knife (a Birthday knife will do)
  • Oil 2-3 tbsp
  • Fevicol
  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • Pen refill (optional)

NOTE:

  • Alternative to homemade clay is - Potters clay or Playdough.
  • After Baking we can colour it with any Acrylic or Oil paints
  • Any Wooden Frame or Plank (After the session is completed, you can arrange the letters on this frame. As per the size of the objects, the nameplate can be arranged)
  • Adult supervision is required for use of any sharp object, scissor, cutter, knife

Post-Session please follow the below Baking Instruction:

Baking in Microwave:

  • Put it on Convection mode
  • Temperature is 150 degrees celsius.
  • Bake it for 40-45 minutes.
  • Check for the "tan-tan" sound. If still soft from anywhere please continue for another 5 minutes setting.

In case you do not have a microwave, a kadhai can be used as well.

  • Take one khadhai and pour some salt in it
  • Turn the gas on and let the salt heat
  • Keep a stand in the middle of the kadhai, on the salt
  • Place your pizza base on the stand and cover the kadhai with a lid
  • After about 30 mins, carefully remove the pizza from the stand

NOTE:

  • Baking is a hit and trial process. The steps above are an approximate idea of timings and settings. It may differ from appliance to appliance.
  • So now that you all have stepped into the pottery world please explore the best steps of Baking.
  • After the work is fully baked, let it cool and then you can paint it using acrylic colours or oil colours.
  • Use very minimal water while painting.
  • Paint the work from all sides. Front, Back, Top, and Bottom to give the best protection from the weather.
  • Do not use posters or watercolours.

Baking in the Oven:

  • Pre-heat your oven at 150 degrees Celsius (or 300 Fahrenheit) for 5 minutes
  • Keep your work on the baking tray
  • Put your baking tray on the top shelf with the top element off and the bottom element on (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then after 5-7 minutes please shift your tray to the lower shelf with a bottom element of and top element in (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again put it on the top shelf with the top element off and bottom element on (For 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again on the bottom shelf with the bottom element off and the top element on (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • In around 22 minutes your work will be fully baked
  • Check the tan tan sound of your work
  • If it is still soft from anywhere, please continue baking

NOTE:

  • Baking is a hit and trial process. The steps above are an approximate idea of timings and settings. It may differ from appliance to appliance.
  • So now that you all have stepped into the pottery world please explore the best steps of Baking.
  • After the work is fully baked, let it cool and then you can paint it using acrylic colours or oil colours.
  • Use very minimal water while painting.
  • Paint the work from all sides. Front, Back, Top, and Bottom to give the best protection from the weather.
  • Do not use posters or watercolours.

Happy Sculpting !!

At Yellow Class, we provide engagement and learning activities for kids between 2-12 years in a fun-filled way. We conduct live classes which cover, but are not limited to, Creative writing, Book Reading, Storytelling, Public Speaking, Dance, Craft, Pottery, Drawing, Painting, Mind, Body, and Soul.


Program Finale - 2 Designing your own Jungle Theme Name Plate

“It’s cold, it’s squishy, and it’s so AMAZING!” Yellow Class 'Pottery' Finale Session is ready with an exciting moulding experience for kids, as we conclude this journey of craftsmanship by capturing the beauty of nature in clay and making a unique Jungle-Theme Name Plate.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

  • Homemade Clay continued from the previous session
  • Rolling pin
  • Blunt Knife (a Birthday knife will do)
  • Oil (2 - 3 Tbsp)
  • Fevicol

NOTE -

  • Alternative to homemade clay is - Potters clay or Playdough.
  • After Baking we can colour it with any Acrylic or Oil paints
  • Any Wooden Frame or Plank (After the session is completed, you can arrange the letters on this frame. As per the size of the objects, the nameplate can be arranged)
  • Adult supervision is required for use of any sharp object, scissor, cutter, knife

Post-session please follow the below "Baking Instruction":-

Baking in Microwave:

  • Put it on Convection mode
  • Temperature is 150 degrees celsius.
  • Bake it for 40-45 minutes.
  • Check for the "tan-tan" sound. If still soft from anywhere, please continue for another 5 minutes setting.

Baking in the Oven:

  • Pre-heat your oven at 150 degrees Celsius (or 300 Fahrenheit) for 5 minutes
  • Keep your work on the baking tray
  • Put your baking tray on the top shelf with the top element off and the bottom element on (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then after 5-7 minutes please shift your tray to the lower shelf with a bottom element of and top element in (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again put it on the top shelf with the top element off and bottom element on (For 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again on the bottom shelf with the bottom element off and top element on. (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • In around 22 minutes your work will be fully baked
  • Check the tan sound of your work
  • If it is still soft from anywhere, please continue baking

In case you do not have a microwave, a kadhai can be used as well.

  • Take one khadhai and pour some salt in it
  • Turn the gas on and let the salt heat
  • Keep a stand in the middle of the kadhai, on the salt
  • Place your pizza base on the stand and cover the kadhai with a lid
  • After about 30 mins, carefully remove the pizza from the stand

NOTE:

  • Baking is a hit and trial process. The steps above are an approximate idea of timings and settings. It may differ from appliance to appliance.
  • So now that you all have stepped into the pottery world please explore the best steps of Baking.
  • After the work is fully baked, let it cool and then you can paint it using acrylic colours or oil colours.
  • Use very minimal water while painting.
  • Paint the work from all sides. Front, Back, Top, and Bottom to give the best protection from the weather.
  • Do not use posters or watercolours.

Happy Sculpting !!

At Yellow Class, we provide engagement and learning activities for kids between 2-12 years in a fun-filled way. We conduct live classes which cover, but are not limited to, Creative writing, Book Reading, Storytelling, Public Speaking, Dance, Craft, Pottery, Drawing, Painting, Mind, Body, and Soul.


Program Finale - 3 Designing your own Jungle Theme Name Plate

Clay is such a fun tool to explore and it also helps in building children's basic motor skills. Kids! Get ready for an amazing pottery-making experience with the Finale Session of Yellow Class 'Pottery' Program, as we enhance your clay molding abilities with a beautiful piece of art in the form of the jungle-themed nameplate.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

  • Homemade Clay continued from the previous session
  • Rolling pin
  • Blunt Knife (a Birthday knife will do)
  • Oil (2 - 3 Tbsp)
  • Fevicol
  • Wooden Frame or Plank

NOTE -

  • Alternative to homemade clay is - Potters clay or Playdough.
  • After Baking we can colour it with any Acrylic or Oil paints
  • Any Wooden Frame or Plank (After the session is completed, you can arrange the letters on this frame. As per the size of the objects, the nameplate can be arranged)
  • Adult supervision is required for use of any sharp object, scissor, cutter, knife

Post-session please follow the below "Baking Instruction"

Baking in Microwave:

  • Put it on Convection mode
  • Temperature is 150 degrees celsius.
  • Bake it for 40-45 minutes.
  • Check for the "tan-tan" sound. If still soft from anywhere, please continue for another 5 minutes setting.

Baking in the Oven:

  • Pre-heat your oven at 150 degrees Celsius (or 300 Fahrenheit) for 5 minutes
  • Keep your work on the baking tray
  • Put your baking tray on the top shelf with the top element off and the bottom element on (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then after 5-7 minutes please shift your tray to the lower shelf with a bottom element of and top element in (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again put it on the top shelf with the top element off and bottom element on (For 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again on the bottom shelf with the bottom element off and the top element on (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • In around 22 minutes your work will be fully baked
  • Check the tan tan sound of your work
  • If it is still soft from anywhere, please continue baking

In case you do not have a microwave, a kadhai can be used as well.

  • Take one khadhai and pour some salt in it
  • Turn the gas on and let the salt heat
  • Keep a stand in the middle of the kadhai, on the salt
  • Place your pizza base on the stand and cover the kadhai with a lid
  • After about 30 mins, carefully remove the pizza from the stand

NOTE:

  • Baking is a hit and trial process. The steps above are an approximate idea of timings and settings. It may differ from appliance to appliance.
  • So now that you all have stepped into the pottery world please explore the best steps of Baking.
  • After the work is fully baked, let it cool and then you can paint it using acrylic colours or oil colours.
  • Use very minimal water while painting.
  • Paint the work from all sides. Front, Back, Top, and Bottom to give the best protection from the weather.
  • Do not use posters or watercolours.

Happy Sculpting !!

At Yellow Class, we provide engagement and learning activities for kids between 2-12 years in a fun-filled way. We conduct live classes which cover, but are not limited to, Creative writing, Book Reading, Storytelling, Public Speaking, Dance, Craft, Pottery, Drawing, Painting, Mind, Body, and Soul.


Pottery

by Apeksha Mathur


Launching soon...


no time

no schedule

no classes

Free For Everyone

Interactive Live Classes

Get Certified

Watch on any Device

watch trailer


Overview

Classes

Description

Age: 6-12 yrs

Difficulty: beginner

Kids, take your first step towards learning fine pottery, an ancient artform ruling and uniting the world! Unwind your creativity and let your little hands shape some amazing creations like Tree, Flowers, Sun, butterflies to name a few, with the Yellow Class ‘Pottery’ Program.

Creativity and Motor Skills
Develops imagination
Curiosity and problem-solving skills
Patience and growing artistic ability

Course Highlights

Mentor Details

Apeksha Mathur

Apeksha Mathur

A professional Sculptor , Muralist and Potter

Apeksha is a Pottery Mentor with YC. She is a Master's in Fine Arts (MFA). Her Ceramic Sculpture got selected in the most prestigious National Exhibition of Art by Lalit Kala Akademi.

Clay modelling for kids

Pottery making

Sculpting

3D art

Clay modelling for kids

Pottery making

Sculpting

3D art

Module 1

3 classes

3 Classes

Fine Pottery : Make Tree, Flowers, Sun

Let kids enjoy the captivating texture of clay as their creativity unfolds with Yellow Class 'Pottery' Program. We are here to polish the moulding skills of tiny potters and teach them to create ravishing trees, flowers, and sun in this captivating session.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

Raw Material for preparing Clay mould:

  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 cup Common Salt
  • 1 Glass Warm Water
  • 2 tbsp Vegetable Oil

Main Materials:

  • A Mixing bowl
  • A Flat plate or Baking tray for the working surface
  • Newspaper
  • Rolling pin
  • A non-sharp or Blunt knife (birthday knife will do)
  • Pencil and Ruler
  • Oil 2-3 tbsp
  • Fevicol
  • Pen refill (optional)

NOTE: - Alternative to homemade clay is - Potters clay or Playdough

Post-Session please follow the below instructions:-

Baking in Microwave:

  • Put it on Convection mode
  • Temperature is 150 degrees celsius
  • Bake it for 40-45 minutes
  • Check for the "tan-tan" sound. If still soft from anywhere, please continue for another 5 minutes setting.

NOTE:

  • Baking is a hit and trial process. The steps above are an approximate idea of timings and settings. It may differ from appliance to appliance.
  • Now that you all have stepped into the pottery world, please explore the best steps of Baking.
  • After the work is fully baked, let it cool and then you can paint it using acrylic colours or oil colours.
  • Use very minimal water while painting.
  • Paint the work from all sides. Front, Back, Top, and Bottom to give the best protection from the weather.
  • Do not use posters or watercolours

Baking in the Oven:

  • Pre-heat your oven at 150 degrees Celsius (or 300 Fahrenheit) for 5 minutes
  • Keep your work on the baking tray
  • Put your baking tray on the top shelf with the top element off and the bottom element on (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then after 5-7 minutes please shift your tray to the lower shelf with a bottom element of and top element in (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again put it on the top shelf with the top element off and bottom element on (For 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again on the bottom shelf with the bottom element off and top element on. (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • In around 22 minutes your work will be fully baked
  • Check the "tan tan" sound of your work
  • If it is still soft from anywhere, please continue baking

In case you do not have a microwave, a kadhai can be used as well.

  • Take one khadhai and pour some salt in it
  • Turn the gas on and let the salt heat
  • Keep a stand in the middle of the kadhai, on the salt
  • Place your pizza base on the stand and cover the kadhai with a lid
  • After about 30 mins, carefully remove the pizza from the stand

NOTE:

  • Baking is a hit and trial process. The steps above are an approximate idea of timings and settings. It may differ from appliance to appliance.
  • Now that you all have stepped into the pottery world, please explore the best steps of Baking.
  • After the work is fully baked, let it cool and then you can paint it using acrylic colours or oil colours.
  • Use very minimal water while painting.
  • Paint the work from all sides. Front, Back, Top, and Bottom to give the best protection from the weather.
  • Do not use posters or watercolours.

At Yellow Class, we provide engagement and learning activities for kids between 2-12 years in a fun-filled way. We conduct live classes which cover, but are not limited to, Creative writing, Book Reading, Storytelling, Public Speaking, Dance, Craft, Pottery, Drawing, Painting, Mind, Body, and Soul.


Fine Pottery : Octopus

Yellow Class 'Pottery' Program is here with another skill-enhancing session to boost every kid's imagination and moulding skills, as we help them make an octopus using clay. Lift your creative spirits with the tentacles of the creature and sing the praises of pottery for days to come!

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

Raw Material for preparing Clay mould:

  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 Cup Common Salt
  • 1 Glass Warm Water
  • 2 tbsp Vegetable Oil

Main Materials:

  • Newspaper
  • Mixing Bowl
  • Flat plate or Tray
  • Pencil or pen
  • Rolling pin
  • Small scale or ruler
  • Blunt Knife (a Birthday knife will do)
  • Oil 2-3 tbsp
  • Fevicol
  • Pen refill(optional)

NOTE:

  • Parental guidance is required while using sharp objects like Scissors or Knife
  • Alternative to homemade clay is - Potters clay or Playdough

Post-Session please follow the below instructions:-

Baking in Microwave

  • Put it on Convection mode
  • Temperature is 150 degrees celsius.
  • Bake it for 40-45 minutes.
  • Check for the "tan-tan" sound. If still soft from anywhere, please continue for another 5 minutes setting

Baking in the Oven:

  • Pre-heat your oven at 150 degrees Celsius (or 300 Fahrenheit) for 5 minutes
  • Keep your work on the baking tray
  • Put your baking tray on the top shelf with the top element off and the bottom element on (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then after 5-7 minutes please shift your tray to the lower shelf with a bottom element of and top element in (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again put it on the top shelf with the top element off and bottom element on (For 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again on the bottom shelf with the bottom element off and top element on. (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • In around 22 minutes your work will be fully baked
  • Check the "tan tan" sound of your work
  • If it is still soft from anywhere, please continue baking

In case you do not have a microwave, a kadhai can be used as well.

  • Take one khadhai and pour some salt in it
  • Turn the gas on and let the salt heat
  • Keep a stand in the middle of the kadhai, on the salt
  • Place your pizza base on the stand and cover the kadhai with a lid
  • After about 30 mins, carefully remove the pizza from the stand

NOTE:

  • Baking is a hit and trial process. The steps above are an approximate idea of timings and settings. It may differ from appliance to appliance.
  • So now that you all have stepped into the pottery world please explore the best steps of Baking.
  • After the work is fully baked, let it cool and then you can paint it using acrylic colours or oil colours.
  • Use very minimal water while painting.
  • Paint the work from all sides. Front, Back, Top, and Bottom to give the best protection from the weather.
  • Do not use posters or watercolours.

Happy Sculpting !!

At Yellow Class, we provide engagement and learning activities for kids between 2-12 years in a fun-filled way. We conduct live classes which cover, but are not limited to, Creative writing, Book Reading, Storytelling, Public Speaking, Dance, Craft, Pottery, Drawing, Painting, Mind, Body, and Soul.


Fine Pottery : Embossed Butterfly

Yellow Class welcomes the little ones to yet another exciting session of the 'Pottery' Program, designed to cultivate a sense of fine arts. Let your child's creativity fly high, as we guide them to make 'Embossed Butterfly' in this skill-fostering session.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

Raw Material for preparing Clay mould:

  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 Cup Common Salt
  • 1 Glass Warm Water
  • 2Tbsp Vegetable Oil.

Main Materials:

  • A Flat plate or Baking tray for the working surface
  • Newspaper
  • Rolling pin
  • A non-sharp or blunt knife (birthday knife)
  • Pencil or Pen and Ruler
  • Black Sketch pen
  • A white sheet of paper
  • Oil 2-3 tbsp
  • Fevicol
  • Pen refill (optional)

NOTE: - Alternative to homemade clay is - Potters clay or Playdough

Post-Session please follow the below instructions:-

Baking in Microwave:

  • Put it on Convection mode
  • Temperature is 150 degrees celsius.
  • Bake it for 40-45 minutes.
  • Check for the "tan-tan" sound. If still soft from anywhere please continue for another 5 minutes setting.

Baking in the Oven:

  • Pre-heat your oven at 150 degrees Celsius (or 300 Fahrenheit) for 5 minutes
  • Keep your work on the baking tray
  • Put your baking tray on the top shelf with the top element off and the bottom element on (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then after 5-7 minutes please shift your tray to the lower shelf with a bottom element of and top element in (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again put it on the top shelf with the top element off and bottom element on (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again on the bottom shelf with the bottom element off and top element on. (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • In around 22 minutes your work will be fully baked
  • Check the tan tan sound of your work
  • If it is still soft from anywhere, please continue baking

In case you do not have a microwave, a kadhai can be used as well.

  • Take one khadhai and pour some salt in it
  • Turn the gas on and let the salt heat
  • Keep a stand in the middle of the kadhai, on the salt
  • Place your pizza base on the stand and cover the kadhai with a lid
  • After about 30 mins, carefully remove the pizza from the stand

NOTE:

  • Baking is a hit and trial process. The steps above are an approximate idea of timings and settings. It may differ from appliance to appliance.
  • So now that you all have stepped into the pottery world please explore the best steps of Baking.
  • After the work is fully baked, let it cool and then you can paint it using acrylic colours or oil colours.
  • Use very minimal water while painting.
  • Paint the work from all sides. Front, Back, Top, and Bottom to give the best protection from the weather.
  • Do not use posters or watercolours.

Happy Sculpting !!

At Yellow Class, we provide engagement and learning activities for kids between 2-12 years in a fun-filled way. We conduct live classes which cover, but are not limited to, Creative writing, Book Reading, Storytelling, Public Speaking, Dance, Craft, Pottery, Drawing, Painting, Mind, Body, and Soul.


Program Finale

3 classes

3 Classes

Program Finale - 1 Jungle Theme Name Plate

Pottery is a safe leisure activity, although it involves a great deal of messiness! Master the art of moulding clay into interesting craft works with Yellow Class 'Pottery' Finale Session, and learn to make a Jungle Theme Name Plate that is sure to impress everyone.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

Raw Material for preparing Clay mould:

  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 Cup Common Salt
  • 1 Glass Warm Water
  • 2Tbsp Vegetable Oil

Main Materials:

  • A Flat plate or Baking tray for the working surface
  • Newspaper
  • Rolling pin
  • Blunt Knife (a Birthday knife will do)
  • Oil 2-3 tbsp
  • Fevicol
  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • Pen refill (optional)

NOTE:

  • Alternative to homemade clay is - Potters clay or Playdough.
  • After Baking we can colour it with any Acrylic or Oil paints
  • Any Wooden Frame or Plank (After the session is completed, you can arrange the letters on this frame. As per the size of the objects, the nameplate can be arranged)
  • Adult supervision is required for use of any sharp object, scissor, cutter, knife

Post-Session please follow the below Baking Instruction:

Baking in Microwave:

  • Put it on Convection mode
  • Temperature is 150 degrees celsius.
  • Bake it for 40-45 minutes.
  • Check for the "tan-tan" sound. If still soft from anywhere please continue for another 5 minutes setting.

In case you do not have a microwave, a kadhai can be used as well.

  • Take one khadhai and pour some salt in it
  • Turn the gas on and let the salt heat
  • Keep a stand in the middle of the kadhai, on the salt
  • Place your pizza base on the stand and cover the kadhai with a lid
  • After about 30 mins, carefully remove the pizza from the stand

NOTE:

  • Baking is a hit and trial process. The steps above are an approximate idea of timings and settings. It may differ from appliance to appliance.
  • So now that you all have stepped into the pottery world please explore the best steps of Baking.
  • After the work is fully baked, let it cool and then you can paint it using acrylic colours or oil colours.
  • Use very minimal water while painting.
  • Paint the work from all sides. Front, Back, Top, and Bottom to give the best protection from the weather.
  • Do not use posters or watercolours.

Baking in the Oven:

  • Pre-heat your oven at 150 degrees Celsius (or 300 Fahrenheit) for 5 minutes
  • Keep your work on the baking tray
  • Put your baking tray on the top shelf with the top element off and the bottom element on (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then after 5-7 minutes please shift your tray to the lower shelf with a bottom element of and top element in (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again put it on the top shelf with the top element off and bottom element on (For 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again on the bottom shelf with the bottom element off and the top element on (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • In around 22 minutes your work will be fully baked
  • Check the tan tan sound of your work
  • If it is still soft from anywhere, please continue baking

NOTE:

  • Baking is a hit and trial process. The steps above are an approximate idea of timings and settings. It may differ from appliance to appliance.
  • So now that you all have stepped into the pottery world please explore the best steps of Baking.
  • After the work is fully baked, let it cool and then you can paint it using acrylic colours or oil colours.
  • Use very minimal water while painting.
  • Paint the work from all sides. Front, Back, Top, and Bottom to give the best protection from the weather.
  • Do not use posters or watercolours.

Happy Sculpting !!

At Yellow Class, we provide engagement and learning activities for kids between 2-12 years in a fun-filled way. We conduct live classes which cover, but are not limited to, Creative writing, Book Reading, Storytelling, Public Speaking, Dance, Craft, Pottery, Drawing, Painting, Mind, Body, and Soul.


Program Finale - 2 Designing your own Jungle Theme Name Plate

“It’s cold, it’s squishy, and it’s so AMAZING!” Yellow Class 'Pottery' Finale Session is ready with an exciting moulding experience for kids, as we conclude this journey of craftsmanship by capturing the beauty of nature in clay and making a unique Jungle-Theme Name Plate.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

  • Homemade Clay continued from the previous session
  • Rolling pin
  • Blunt Knife (a Birthday knife will do)
  • Oil (2 - 3 Tbsp)
  • Fevicol

NOTE -

  • Alternative to homemade clay is - Potters clay or Playdough.
  • After Baking we can colour it with any Acrylic or Oil paints
  • Any Wooden Frame or Plank (After the session is completed, you can arrange the letters on this frame. As per the size of the objects, the nameplate can be arranged)
  • Adult supervision is required for use of any sharp object, scissor, cutter, knife

Post-session please follow the below "Baking Instruction":-

Baking in Microwave:

  • Put it on Convection mode
  • Temperature is 150 degrees celsius.
  • Bake it for 40-45 minutes.
  • Check for the "tan-tan" sound. If still soft from anywhere, please continue for another 5 minutes setting.

Baking in the Oven:

  • Pre-heat your oven at 150 degrees Celsius (or 300 Fahrenheit) for 5 minutes
  • Keep your work on the baking tray
  • Put your baking tray on the top shelf with the top element off and the bottom element on (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then after 5-7 minutes please shift your tray to the lower shelf with a bottom element of and top element in (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again put it on the top shelf with the top element off and bottom element on (For 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again on the bottom shelf with the bottom element off and top element on. (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • In around 22 minutes your work will be fully baked
  • Check the tan sound of your work
  • If it is still soft from anywhere, please continue baking

In case you do not have a microwave, a kadhai can be used as well.

  • Take one khadhai and pour some salt in it
  • Turn the gas on and let the salt heat
  • Keep a stand in the middle of the kadhai, on the salt
  • Place your pizza base on the stand and cover the kadhai with a lid
  • After about 30 mins, carefully remove the pizza from the stand

NOTE:

  • Baking is a hit and trial process. The steps above are an approximate idea of timings and settings. It may differ from appliance to appliance.
  • So now that you all have stepped into the pottery world please explore the best steps of Baking.
  • After the work is fully baked, let it cool and then you can paint it using acrylic colours or oil colours.
  • Use very minimal water while painting.
  • Paint the work from all sides. Front, Back, Top, and Bottom to give the best protection from the weather.
  • Do not use posters or watercolours.

Happy Sculpting !!

At Yellow Class, we provide engagement and learning activities for kids between 2-12 years in a fun-filled way. We conduct live classes which cover, but are not limited to, Creative writing, Book Reading, Storytelling, Public Speaking, Dance, Craft, Pottery, Drawing, Painting, Mind, Body, and Soul.


Program Finale - 3 Designing your own Jungle Theme Name Plate

Clay is such a fun tool to explore and it also helps in building children's basic motor skills. Kids! Get ready for an amazing pottery-making experience with the Finale Session of Yellow Class 'Pottery' Program, as we enhance your clay molding abilities with a beautiful piece of art in the form of the jungle-themed nameplate.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

  • Homemade Clay continued from the previous session
  • Rolling pin
  • Blunt Knife (a Birthday knife will do)
  • Oil (2 - 3 Tbsp)
  • Fevicol
  • Wooden Frame or Plank

NOTE -

  • Alternative to homemade clay is - Potters clay or Playdough.
  • After Baking we can colour it with any Acrylic or Oil paints
  • Any Wooden Frame or Plank (After the session is completed, you can arrange the letters on this frame. As per the size of the objects, the nameplate can be arranged)
  • Adult supervision is required for use of any sharp object, scissor, cutter, knife

Post-session please follow the below "Baking Instruction"

Baking in Microwave:

  • Put it on Convection mode
  • Temperature is 150 degrees celsius.
  • Bake it for 40-45 minutes.
  • Check for the "tan-tan" sound. If still soft from anywhere, please continue for another 5 minutes setting.

Baking in the Oven:

  • Pre-heat your oven at 150 degrees Celsius (or 300 Fahrenheit) for 5 minutes
  • Keep your work on the baking tray
  • Put your baking tray on the top shelf with the top element off and the bottom element on (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then after 5-7 minutes please shift your tray to the lower shelf with a bottom element of and top element in (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again put it on the top shelf with the top element off and bottom element on (For 5-7 minutes)
  • Then again on the bottom shelf with the bottom element off and the top element on (Continue for 5-7 minutes)
  • In around 22 minutes your work will be fully baked
  • Check the tan tan sound of your work
  • If it is still soft from anywhere, please continue baking

In case you do not have a microwave, a kadhai can be used as well.

  • Take one khadhai and pour some salt in it
  • Turn the gas on and let the salt heat
  • Keep a stand in the middle of the kadhai, on the salt
  • Place your pizza base on the stand and cover the kadhai with a lid
  • After about 30 mins, carefully remove the pizza from the stand

NOTE:

  • Baking is a hit and trial process. The steps above are an approximate idea of timings and settings. It may differ from appliance to appliance.
  • So now that you all have stepped into the pottery world please explore the best steps of Baking.
  • After the work is fully baked, let it cool and then you can paint it using acrylic colours or oil colours.
  • Use very minimal water while painting.
  • Paint the work from all sides. Front, Back, Top, and Bottom to give the best protection from the weather.
  • Do not use posters or watercolours.

Happy Sculpting !!

At Yellow Class, we provide engagement and learning activities for kids between 2-12 years in a fun-filled way. We conduct live classes which cover, but are not limited to, Creative writing, Book Reading, Storytelling, Public Speaking, Dance, Craft, Pottery, Drawing, Painting, Mind, Body, and Soul.



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Certificate

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Proficiency in Fine Arts

Program Certificate

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Why are these classes free?

We focus on learning so that a child can find his/ her true passion from a very early age. We believe it will shape a kid’s life at a tender age when it is most needed. And we don’t charge for helping a child out in seeking what he/ she likes.

Q: What are Material Requirements for this Class?

You can click on the class link to check material requirements

Q: If I don’t have some material, whom should I check with?

You can contact our community associates for any class related query

Q: My child has never done pottery before, will he/she be able to do this?

Yes, every session is simple enough for beginners and designed in a way it is easy to follow for children.

Q: How will this program help my child?

This program will help in developing fine moulding and motor skills, patience,perseverance and creativity 

Q: Is there an age restriction to attend these classes?

These classes are designed for kids between the ages of 2 and 12 years. However, kids of any age can attend these classes, older kids may find it easy but they can attend if interested. 

Q: What will my kid learn from this pottery program?

 Yellow class pottery program includes various lessons on moulding and sculpting basic objects 

Q: When will I receive the Certificate?

30 days from the last Session of the Program.

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