Includes Daily: Fruit, Cracker and Cheese Snack, and 1 Ice-cream or Granola Bar
Includes Weekly: Free Personalized Polo T-shirt + Pizza Friday
Early Drop-off from 8:00 am and late pick-up until 5:30 pm is $10 per day or $25 per 5 days week or $20 per 4 days week
This Pottery and Sculpture Camp offers a creative and interactive outlet that all children need. Campers will experience what it’s like to be a real pottery creator and get their hands dirty as they spin a real pottery wheel. Campers can use their creative and artistic skills to paint their pots and bowls or other pieces of art they create before they are put into a kiln for the final step. Finally, after several hours, the pots are ready for flower displays, holding fruit, or whatever else you may use them for. Each day, campers will get to create something magnificent to bring home with them.
Why is this camp beneficial for my child?
Open your child’s eyes to the world of creative pottery making and decoration. Allow them to see the creativity involved in one of today’s most exciting hobbies. Spark a new interest in this interesting art and bring their creativity to light in the process. Campers will work with teachers and receive close monitoring and guidance, as pottery making is messy but fun.
Campers will also benefit from Rideau’s facilities and participate in a variety of physical activities including trampoline, tumbling and stretching.
Is this workshop appropriate for my camper?
This camp is open for registration to children 9-11 years old, however, it is specifically designed for campers who have established some fine motor skills.
- Ages Recommended for: 9-11
- Skill Level: Beginner/Intermediate
- Prerequisites: Willingness to get dirty hands
- Utilities: Clay, Kiln, Pottery wheel, Specialized Paints.
What will my camper learn?
- Basic pottery making concepts and skills
- How to create short and tall pots
- How to create pinch pots, as well as bowls
- Pattern painting skills
What will my camper create?
The campers will create pinch pots, bowls, pots as well as anything they wish with leftover clay.