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    • Row 1, Col 1 Rock and water. What is clay made from?.
    • 1,2 Two thirds. How much of the earth’s surface is covered in clay?
    • 1,3 Small particles of rock can be breathed in and remain in our lungs forever causing silicosis. Why is unfired clay dangerous?
    • 1,4 Decomposed plant and animal life. What is mud / soil / earth?
    • 2,1 The process of baking your clay. What is firing?
    • 2,2 Working your clay to remove all air pockets. What is wedging?
    • 2,3 A kiln. What is the clay fired in?
    • 2,4 1,000 degrees. What temperature will our clay be fired at?
    • 3,1 Rolling clay into thin and long pieces to sculpt. What is the coiling method?
    • 3,2 Score and slip. How do you join two pieces of clay?
    • 3,3 A mixture of water and clay that has the appearance of single cream. What is slip?
    • 3,4 This is a technique to create a rough surface. What is scoring?
    • 4,1 Clay that has been fired once. What is biscuit ware / bisque?
    • 4,2 The stage your clay is at when you can no longer add but still ‘carve’ into the surface. What is leather hard?
    • 4,3 Projects that are bone dry. What is greenware?
    • 4,4 This method you use your thumb to begin sculpting. What is the pinch pot method?
    • 5,1 Using a cheesewire prevents air from getting into the clay. How should you cut clay?
    • 5,2 24 hours in total, 12 hours to heat up and 12 hours to cool down. How long does it take to fire greenware?
    • 5,3 Molten glass and coloured pigments. What is glaze?
    • 5,4 Sand which also comes from rock. What is glass made from?