Alberta Rose and Pine
Grade(s): Kindergarten, 1, 2, and 3
Location: Visual Art Studios at St. Albert Place (Art Gallery of St. Albert)
Program Delivery: Virtual and In School
The Province of Alberta has a particular outline that students will recognize and re-create with a clay slab. The official flower and tree, the Wild Rose and the Lodge Pole Pine are a creative addition to this unique clay piece celebrating Alberta!
*Note: All in school and virtual clay programs use air dry clay which is much less durable than clay that is bisque fired at our visual art studios. We cannot transport clay from in-school programs to the visual art studios for firing, but if your school has a kiln and a technician, we can supply suitable clay for firing at your school.
Click here for information on in school techniques for finishing air dry clay
- Art: Refining forms, Creative process, Expression and celebration, Fine and gross motor skill development
- Science: Shapes, Plants, Experimentation, Critical thinking, Problem solving and Decision making
- Social: Belonging and Connecting, My world, home, school, community
- Learn some interesting facts about Alberta
- Experiment with drawing, impressing, rolling and coiling clay
- Learn what clay is, where it comes from; how to use clay and clay tools safely in a professional studio
I have done clay projects with you for as long as I can remember. Once again, everything was AMAZING! We have a new grade partner this year who had never been, and she absolutely loved it! The instructors are always excellent, They explain and guide the students in manageable chunks to make it easy for the kids to follow along. I love that you allow extra parents to come and assist. I especially like that the projects are always connected to the curriculum! Thanks again.
The Peru and Indigenous Peoples of Canada program perfectly connected Gr 3 Social Studies content with some Gr 4 Social Studies content. We had lots to talk about after.
The instructor was amazing. She engaged the students in the Métis culture. The activity was hands on and informative.