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Give each student: Their clay basketGive each table (take from the grey shelves at back of room) :Paints (use only brown tone) in small quantities at each tablePaint brushesBasket of yarn (earth tones)Reeds (pre-cut) REMEMBER to soak these a couple of hours before classWeaving options: leather pieces, rope, wire etc.

Docent Setup List:

Docent Clean up List:

Make sure names are on back of clayPlace completed in on a marked (teacher name) shelf along back of room.Wipe down tables, refill any items and return to bins as you found them – thanks for doing this and leading the lesson!

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Clay and Basket Fusion - part 2

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Lesson 9 – Fifth Grade

Clay and Basket FusionPart 2 - Weaving and Painting

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Today’s Lesson

Today you will combine your fired clay pot with reeds to create a sculptural vessel that fuses two ancient techniques!

Skill Development:

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An opportunity

to use new materials: yarn and reeds, and create a three-dimensional form using weaving techniques.

Clay and Basket Fusion - part 2

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Examples of ancient woven baskets

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Clay and Basket Fusion - part 2

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What is basket weaving?

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For thousands of years people have woven baskets using the natural materials available to them, like willow shoots and reedy grasses.

If

you follow the steps outlined

for making a wicker basket, the result will be a basket beautiful enough to put on display.

Basket weave

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Clay and Basket Fusion - part 2

Basket

-weaving today is both a practical

skill, a source of income

and a serious art form.

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Let’s get started..

Supplies Needed for Part two:Paint in brown tonesReeds (precut)YarnLeather ThreadWireBeads

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Clay and Basket Fusion - part 2

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Clay and Basket Fusion - part 2

To inspire you:

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Clay and Basket Fusion - part 2

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Paint (just one coat) the interior and exterior of potInsert a piece of reed through a hole in the base. Bend the reed when it’s half-way through so that both ends point up. Using a piece of wire, tie the two sides of the reed together just above the rim of the base. Wrap the wire around the reed a few times, and tie. Repeat for all the pieces of reed. It may help to do this in pairsNow, begin weaving the basket! NOTE: some may like to weave is the reeds fall outwards versus upwardsLeave the reeds untrimmed at the top, or cut them into a uniform height. This vessel is a sculptural celebration of two ancient crafts “woven” into one!

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Process (Part two):

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Process (Part two):

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Lesson plan adapted from DICKBLICK.com

By Tara ButtonMarch 2016

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Docents there is a YouTube tutorial for this to give you some ideas – we are aiming for RUSTIC.

https

://youtu.be/T2rD0GGjHAE.


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