Wednesday, January 3
Happy New Year!
In the studio, another big idea called for collaboration. Rose and Hadley worked to create a clay duck. Hadley was able to transfer some of her clay animal expertise as she had previously made a clay pig in the Tucker Room. Working together isn't always easy and there were some disagreements along the way. The girls soon realized they had different skills and by working to their strengths, they could accomplish the goal. As Rose observed, "Sometimes people are goober at some things." After they made the duck, they went on to individual work. Although they were now working on discreet projects, they continued to help each other. At one point, Rose said to Hadley, "Can I help you? I'll listen to your ideas."
Did you know that hot glue is one of our favorite materials? Today's other studio experience was creating designs with a different types of hot glue and then adding paint. The glue provides some texture (and sometimes sparkle) to the finished work. The rest of our day included playing outside, writing messages, and talking about highlights from our winter break.
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