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Pottery (Age 6 - 9)

Pottery (Age 6 - 9)
Pottery (Age 6 - 9)

Time & Location

18 May 2023, 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Garden House Waldorf School, 7 Silverstrand Beach Rd, Clear Water Bay, Hong Kong

About the event

Looking for a unique and engaging activity for your child? Our pottery class offers a variety of styles and techniques to explore! From hand-building to wheel-throwing, our program provides a well-rounded experience for children aged 4-9 years old.

Benefits of our diverse pottery program include:

1. Exploration: Our pottery class encourages your child to explore different styles and techniques, helping them to develop a deeper understanding and appreciation for the art form. Your child will have the opportunity to experiment with different textures, shapes, and colors, fostering their creativity and imagination.

2. Skill Development: Our program includes a range of techniques, such as hand-building and wheel-throwing, that will help your child develop their fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and dexterity. These skills can benefit them in other areas of their life, such as school and sports.

3. Cultural Awareness: Pottery is an art form that has been practiced by different cultures throughout history. Our program will expose your child to different styles and techniques from around the world, allowing them to learn about different cultures and traditions.

4. Self-Expression: Pottery is a form of self-expression that allows your child to express their thoughts, feelings, and ideas in a tangible way. Our program provides a safe and supportive environment for your child to create and share their unique creations.

Our pottery class is led by experienced instructors who will provide your child with the guidance and support they need to explore and develop their skills. Sign up today and watch your child discover the world of pottery in a fun and engaging way!

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+852 2358 1177

7 Silverstrand Beach Road, Sai Kung, Hong Kong

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